Hello, I'm sorry that you're in this situation, and that you aren't satisfied by the other expert. LegalEase is correct, however. We cannot know enough about your potential WSIB claim to tell you whether it's airtight enough for you to assume that you can quit and call it a wrongful dismissal.
Perhaps I can make a few suggestions.
I assume that you don't belong to a labour union. If you do, then talk to your union steward immediately.
I don't recommend that you quit, even though you feel like you have grounds to do so. Here's why:
1. Your WSIB will be instantly challenged by your employer because you quit your job. Then your fight is twofold, firstly with your employer which will never admit that they terminated you, and then with WSIB to get you the compensation and benefits under that act.
2. You need income, I assume. If you quit you aren't entitled to any severance or termination pay. WSIB will close its file until you can prove what you're claiming. You're hurt and won't find work any time soon. Your employer certainly won't write you a recommendation.
3. Most importantly, you already busted your boss! You called him out and he had to apologize to you in front of everyone, right? This gives you the upper hand, and you can be sure he won't be doing anything else to make your life or job harder, or else the employer is at risk.
I know you're embarrassed and upset by what happened, but if you make an emotional decision here you'll regret it. Quit if you want to, but not because you're upset. You need to take some time and think about it, and get informed about what will happen to your WSIB claim, you should look into getting a lawyer to help you with that.
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