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Workers’ Comp – Job Termination – Just Cause – Yelling At Employees (access required)

The Court of Appeals says an auto dealer’s service department could cut off workers’ comp benefits for claimant, who managed the vehicle detail department, after he hurt his wrists on the job, as the employer was justified in terminating claimant for harassing and intimidating his employees. Our inquiry is whether claimant’s continued harassment of his subordinates, ...

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