Termination warranted for sexual harassment

A nurse at a long-term care facility was fired for sexual harassment following an employer investigation into allegations made by another staff member at the facility.
By Mark Rogers
|Canadian Labour Reporter|Last Updated: 04/22/2013

A nurse at a long-term care facility was fired for sexual harassment following an employer investigation into allegations made by another staff member at the facility.

X was a 54-year-old Registered Nurse and amateur triathlete employed at Osprey Care. He was hired in February 2009.

Y, aged 24, was a receptionist at the 98-bed facility. She was hired in 2010.