Canadian Labour Reporter

January 30, 2017

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PM #40065782 Labour Reporter Canadian January 30, 2017 Prison supervisor's aggression at work just cause for dismissal Officer denied yelling, swearing; three workers reported same behaviour BY JEFFREY R. SMITH THERE IS a fine line between strong leadership and abuse of authority. A New Brunswick corrections su- pervisor crossed that line with his aggressive behav- iour that served as just cause for his employer to ter- minate his employment, the New Brunswick Labour and Employment Board ruled. Mike Lewis was a correctional officer for the New Brunswick Department of Justice and Public Safety. He was hired in 1991 and moved up to a level with supervi- sory duties in 2005. Lewis worked at the Saint John Re- gional Correctional Centre. Lewis had no formal discipline on his record, ARBITRATION AWARDS Construction Labour Relations Association of Manitoba — Manitoba pg. 4 Ken Johnson Trucking — British Columbia pg. 4 Summit Food Service — Ontario pg. 5 TForce Integrated Solutions — Multiprovince pg. 5 COLLECTIVE AGREEMENTS Photo: bibiphoto (Shutterstock) pg. 2 PSAC workers' deal Treasury Board signs collective agreements with two separate bargaining units ARBITRATION AWARDS COLLECTIVE AGREEMENTS see Authority > pg. 7 FOOD MANUFACTURING Cargill Guelph, Ont. (800 plant and maintenance employees) and United Food and Commercial Workers Canada (UFCW), Local 175 Renewal agreement: Effective Jan. 1, 2016, to Dec. 31, 2019. Signed on Aug. 5, 2016. Wage adjustments: Effective Jan. 1, 2016: $0.30 per hour Effective Jan. 1, 2017: $0.30 per hour see Collective agreements > pg. 3 see Arbitration > pg 6 Teacher denied 'pull-back' into home school A TEACHER at Etobicoke Col- legiate Institute (ECI) in Ontario was declared surplus in 2014, but then wasn't allowed to slot back into her home school after anoth- er teacher retired. Tanya Norman was consid- ered as a replacement for an open teaching slot, but the school principal, Caroline Rath, did not choose Norman to fill two chem- istry and one physical education courses on May 7, 2014. Eventually, Norman was re- Air Canada employee uses 101 calling cards without authorization pg. 6

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