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No Evidence that Boss Had It In for Female Employees

A kiosk manager claimed that her boss deliberately targeted female employees for removal. The Human Rights Commission investigation found that the manager was fired for performance not gender and tossed the complaint without a trial. The manager refused to give up, arguing that both the investigation and its findings were flawed but the court didn’t buy it and upheld the dismissal [Boutilier v Nova Scotia (Human Rights Commission), 2018 NSSC 166 (CanLII), July 9, 2018].

Bongarde Editorial

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