Hotel exec forced to check out early (Legal view)

Sexual harassment of subordinate at party, subsequent denial gave employer sufficient cause to dismiss 22-year employee

A British Columbia hotel executive who went a little too far in celebrating at an employee holiday party found himself the target of a sexual harassment complaint and, ultimately, out of a job. Despite his claim of wrongful dismissal, the B.C. Supreme Court found no reason why the hotel shouldn’t have fired him.

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