Many were told to take a medical procedure and said no. They were fired. But I’m all for saying no. It’s my favourite word.
I think that some workers have been told to, and they have simply said no. Short of employer reasons why they should come back, and not wanting to lose talent, some employers have relented.
Posted 26 June 2022 - 04:27 PM
Posted 27 June 2022 - 06:13 AM
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Posted Yesterday, 07:52 AM
And don’t forget the ones that quit because of the mandates. I hope they ask for repetitions AND stipulations in their contract that prevents this from happening again even though it was illegal. There is no provision for an employer to put you on leave without pay in the labour code.
Edited by dasmo, Yesterday, 07:53 AM.
Posted Yesterday, 09:36 AM
“B.C. Ferries, which is struggling with staff shortages and cancelled sailings, is calling back employees who have been on leave without pay for successfully resisting to be vaccinated, after eliminating its vaccine mandate on Monday.”
Congrats to the workers and many thanks to them for helping to breed new mutations of the virus
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