No Right to Silence During Employer Investigations
EMPLOYEES -- Reinstatement
EMPLOYEES -- Dismissal of
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AbstractThe article discusses the case of Mark Keating, operational manager of Windsor Jail in Ontario, who was dismissed by his employer due to his failure to co-operate with an investigator for his criminal charge. It states that his employer found him unforthcoming and unco-operative which harmed the reputation of his employers. It also mentions that he was reinstated after being dismissed for three and a half years.
Article deposited after permission was granted by LRC, June 11, 2013.