Too much time in the morgue leads to termination

Hospital porter should stick to own job, arbitrator rules
|Canadian Labour Reporter|Last Updated: 01/06/2014

A hospital porter’s career was killed after he spent too much time in the morgue.

William Moody, a casual and relief porter for the emergency department of the Victoria Union Hospital in Prince Albert, Sask., was fired after he failed to show up for a shift.

Moody also worked as a casual relief morgue attendant in the hospital’s laboratory services.