A Canadian National Railway conductor who says he was wrongfully fired in 2013 could be getting his job back.
“This was a whistleblower lawsuit because I was singled out and wrongfully terminated,” Wayne Laidler said. “I felt it was important to pursue the case to bring to light the way corporate America treats their employees. The company, they shoot first and ask questions later. I wanted to make sure this doesn’t happen to any other employees in the future.”
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