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LABOUR RELATIONS - Employees - Dishonesty - Hours of work - Theft

Friday, January 26, 2018 @ 10:06 AM  

Appeal by the union from a chamber’s judge’s decision to quash an Arbitration Board decision that had set aside a grievor’s termination for time theft. The grievor, who had worked as a supervisor for the Yorkton Cooperative Association (Co-op), was dismissed from her position because she committed time theft by intentionally falsifying time sheets and claiming pay for time she had not worked. The grievor’s union grieved the termination and the matter went to arbitration. The Arbitration Board found that the grievor had committed time theft,...