Employer’s just-cause argument can’t cover up anti-union animus

Employer had concerns with worker’s performance but didn’t raise any major issues before dismissing him shortly after learning of union organizing

A British Columbia worker’s dismissal for poor performance has been overturned by the B.C. Labour Relations Board after it found the worker’s union organizing efforts played a partial role in the termination decision.

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