Termination excessive for ethics violation

The grievor had been charged criminally and had not informed the employer. The company learned of the charges and fired him for a violation of its ethics policy. The arbitrator found the offence to be an isolated one and termination to be unnecessary.

A telecommunications worker was fired for violating the company’s ethics policy after it was discovered that he failed to notify the employer about pending criminal charges.

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