Firing justified for dishonesty, insubordinationThe grievor was working under a "last chance agreement." He walked out of a meeting where a safety violation was being discussed. He was then terminated, using the meeting and the events leading up to it as a culminating incident.By Mark Rogers07/16/2012|Canadian Labour Reporter|Last Updated: 07/13/2012 Following a long suspension for workplace violence, a crane operator was fired for unsafe acts, insubordination and dishonesty soon after he was returned to work under the terms of a conditional reinstatement. The union grieved, arguing there was insufficient cause and the employer was “out to get” the worker for raising health and safety concerns.A.F. began working as a crane operator at a rail car manufacturing plant in 2002. He was terminated in 2010 after threatening a coworker. However, he was reinstated and A.F. returned to work on Dec. 2, 2011 after a 128-day suspension. 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.