An employer was dismissed for failure to comply with an instruction to undergo a strip search. Upon a preliminary search, the security personnel noticed something suspicious and the employee was instructed to undergo a strip search (which did not, incidentally, entail the employee’s removing his underwear). The arbitrator concluded that the employee knew of the rule (which was contained in the employer’s Standard Operating Procedures) and that serious consequences attached to the breach of the rule.

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