Can a long term employee (23 years of service) be reinstated?

Saskatchewan, Canada

The following excerpt is from Canadian Union of Public Employees, Local 3967 v. Regina Qu’appelle Health Region, 2010 CanLII 12912 (SK LA):

76. In SGE and Wolfe v. The Government of Saskatchewan (Saskatchewan Health) [2003] S.L.A.A.N.o. 2, the termination of a long term employee (23 years of service) for “inappropriate use and disclosure of confidential information for your personal gain” was set aside and the grievor was reinstated, all be it without compensation. The net result was an unpaid suspension of almost 13 months.

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