A marketing representative doctored the data he entered into the computer system to show that he made more sales calls per day than he actually made. The employer discovered the scam and fired the rep without notice. The court ruled that the employer had just cause to do so. Even though the rep had worked for the employer for over 20 years and hadn’t been warned that his job was in jeopardy, his actions showed blatant dishonesty [Deacon v. Imperial Tobacco Co.,  B.C.J. No. 2650, Dec. 12, 2007].