Reliance on old discipline voids terminationThe grievor was fired, with an incident where he allegedly threatened a superior listed as the culminating event. The arbitrator found that the discipline relied upon was excluded by the sunset clause and reinstated the grievor.By Mark Rogers02/19/2013|Canadian Labour Reporter|Last Updated: 02/19/2013 A worker was fired following an alleged incident with his supervisor. The termination letter referenced earlier discipline problems and characterized the altercation as a culminating incident.K.H. began working as a labourer for a pre-cast concrete manufacturing company in 2002.K.H. was a reliable worker. However, according to management, K.H. had difficulties dealing with supervisors and some others at the workplace. The collective agreement contained a sunset clause. There was no discipline on K.H.’s record when he was fired on March 4, 2012. To Read the Full Story, Subscribe or Sign In Remember Me Forgot Password If you are a current Subscriber, please click here to set-up or update your login information.