6.3 What is good cause?
Good cause means you did not act properly while at work. This can mean you:
- were often late for work;
- could not, or did not, do your job properly;
- did not follow directions;
- lied to your boss or supervisor;
- stole from work;
- endangered your co-workers.
6.4 Does my employer have to give me notice before dismissing me?
Yes, your employer must normally give you notice in writing before dismissing you.
However, you will not get a notice if:
- you have worked less than three (3) uninterrupted months for your employer;
- your job is supposed to end on a certain date;
- your employer has good cause for dismissing you; or
- there is no work because of an accident, like a fire, or a big storm.