Repeat offender fired from chicken plant

Offensive language violated last-chance agreement
|Canadian Labour Reporter|Last Updated: 09/28/2015

After being accused of using offensive language with a supervisor, and violating a last-chance agreement, an employee at a Lilydale facility in Saskatchewan was fired.

Jason Yaremko, a 41-year-old employee since 1997, worked in the live-hanging chicken position until he was fired in November of 2014.

Before the incident that led to his termination, Yaremko had a long history of discipline at the company, including several suspensions and verbal and written warnings. That led to a last-chance agreement between him and the employer.