Hurley v. Miller Transporters, Inc.

An asthmatic employee refused to make a truck trip with a smoking co-worker.  The employer discharged the employee, who contended that he could not be discharged before the employer issued a timely warning.  The court ruled that, under the contract, refusing to work is a dischargable offense that does not require a formal warning.

113 LRRM 2886 (So. Dist. Miss. 1981).