Worker’s firing not a reprisal for unsuccessful leave request, but termination pay owed

Worker quit after unsuccessful caregiver leave request, rehired and then fired for ignoring warnings relating to misconduct

An Ontario company that hired back a worker who quit after a caregiver leave request was denied and later fired her did not reprise against the worker but does owe her termination pay, the Ontario Labour Relations Board has ruled.

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