Worker ‘wrongfully’ dismissed
THE COURT OF APPEAL has ruled that a Glassesco employee of 19 years was wrongfully dismissed and should be awarded costs.
In the written decision, it was determined that what led to St Clair Greenidge’s dismissal was “not sufficiently egregious to violate or undermine the obligations inherent in an employment relationship of over 19 years”.
The matter was recently heard before Chief Justice Sir Marston Gibson, and Justices of Appeal Sandra Mason and Andrew Burgess.
Greenidge was a glass cutter at the company for almost two decades when a “fight” over a magazine saw his employment come to an end. (TKS)
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