Letter: Car rule unfair

Re: “Care Provider Fears Losing Job,” March 10-16

Re: “Care Provider Fears Losing Job,” March 10-16

Unless there is a history of the employees without vehicles being late more than the ones that do, and that lateness can be attributed to travel time, (which there is no mention of) then there is no justification to require vehicles. To threaten them with their job in order to be more “economical” is wrong. If it has become a valid requirement to do the job then why doesn’t the employer provide the vehicles? From what I’ve seen it’s just as fast if not faster to get around on a bike, especially downtown.

Steve Jones, Sooke

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