The threshold for just cause

Employer's course of action when faced with video evidence

Stuart Rudner

Question: Can there be just cause for dismissal — or at least significant discipline — if an employee isn’t caught red-handed and there are no witnesses, but through a process of elimination is the only possible culprit of serious misconduct such as vandalism or drug use at work?

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