Vancouver labourer fired after false allegations against boss

Worker 'shaken, confused and distraught' after incident
|Canadian Labour Reporter|Last Updated: 01/15/2018

A worker at the Cargill North Vancouver Grain Terminal was dismissed from his job after making numerous accusations that his bossed bullied, harassed and unfairly targeted him while on the job.

On April 15, 2016, supervisor Mike Misner was inspecting grain spouts at the facility that had to be constantly cleaned due to potentially deadly dust floating in the air.

Misner discovered the letters “FMM” were written in dust and went to find out who may have written the acronym, commonly known at the workplace as meaning “Fuck Mike Misner,” due to his tough and demanding nature.