Ouch! Employee is tricked into training his replacement and is fired

This is so wrong. An employee who trained his replacement — and was then fired after the newbie completed his probation — has gotten some justice. Take a look at what the British Columbia Supreme Court decided. One thing the Court didn’t like: The plaintiff was let go just days before his bonus was coming due. Christina Catenacci, First Reference Human Resources a

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