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A Parmalat Dairy and Bakery worker was off work on disability in 2009 and filed grievances claiming he had been improperly denied short-term and long-term disability benefits
By Mark Rogers
|Canadian Labour Reporter|Last Updated: 03/25/2013

A worker on long-term disability grieved after his employer said that it had no suitable job to accommodate his return to work.

B.C. was employed at Parmalat Dairy and Bakery. He was off work in 2009 and he filed grievances claiming that he had been improperly denied short-term and long-term disability benefits.