City calls worker’s bluff

Employee’s refusal to come back to work motivated by issues from earlier grievance, not medical problems: Arbitrator

A Vancouver city worker who refused to come back to work after a medical leave wasn’t unfit for work but rather had an axe to grind, the British Columbia Arbitration Board has ruled. As a result, his defiant behaviour led to a more permanent leave when he was dismissed from his employment.

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