Pregnant server not on tap for bar owner (Legal View)

New owner tried to get popular employee to quit restaurant job: Tribunal
By Jeffrey Smith
|Canadian HR Reporter|Last Updated: 11/03/2014

A British Columbia restaurant must pay almost $10,000 for discriminating against one of its servers because she was pregnant, the B.C. Human Rights Tribunal has ruled.


Stephanie Lipp was employed as a server at Maverick’s Sports Lounge, a restaurant and bar in Vancouver. She was hired in October 2012 and was considered a good worker who was popular with customers.