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Human rights update

By Doug MacLeod

Tammy Pelletier worked as a housekeeper at a hunting lodge for six months each year. She was a seasonal employee and earned $13 per hour. On July 1, 2013, Pelletier was injured at work. On Sept. 10 she told the owner of the lodge that she was able to return to work. He told her that he would get back to her but ignored her calls until Sept. 30 when he confirmed she still had a job although he did not allow her to her return to work for the balance of the hunting season. Read More at MacLeod Law Firm Blog

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