Worker’s stress from legitimate employment decisions, not earlier attacks

Bus driver returned to work without any issues following incidents with passengers; Didn’t start reporting mental health issues until disciplinary incident and investigation

An Ontario transit worker’s claim for traumatic mental stress benefits has been denied because the stress was the result of his employer’s actions related to his employment, not a sudden or unexpected traumatic event at work, the Ontario Divisional Court has ruled.

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