Ontario Lottery reached agreement with fired CEO
December 26, 2009, 7:47 am (7 years ago)
It’s taken two years and a mound of proceedings for illegal discharge, but the previous CEO of the Ontario Lottery and Gaming Corporation, Kelly McDougald, has gained contentment from her previous workers, settling for Cdn$ 747,925 just in time for Christmas.
According to Canada.com, a furor on uncertain expenditures claims by OLG officials activated McDougald’s discharge from her Cdn$ 400,000 a year job without discharge allowance. She started up0 a Cdn$ 8 million legal action, claiming she had been fired because she had rejected to discharge senior coworkers.
McDougald’s agreement was accomplished out of court after the participation of a facilitator who is a retired judge, and the agreement includes a condition whereby Mcdougald removes all legal claims against the OLG and the provincial government.