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Ontario Nurses’ Association v. Revera Long Term Care Inc., 2014 CanLII 33919 (ON LA)

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Revera Long Term Care Inc. operating as Carlingview Manor

The Grievor was held out of work for refusing to sign a last chance agreement after a period of absence due to addiction.   The Arbitrator determined that it was reasonable to require that the Grievor sign a last chance agreement in the circumstances and this was in fact a form of accommodation.  The Arbitrator also recognized the prior efforts that had been made to accommodate the Grievor, including not terminating her for drug theft

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