A public service board has granted an Ottawa bureaucrat the right to work in a different building from a loud and flatulent co-worker who swore, uttered odd noises and even washed his bare feet with vinegar in the office.
Line Emond, a data quality manager at the Parole Board of Canada, has been granted the right to a new workplace in a decision by the Public Service Labour Relations and Employment Board.
Emond filed a grievance claiming that the behaviour of her co-worker, identified only as Mr. X, made her ill.
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