Privacy in the workplace continues to dominate the legal and policy discussions.
Most recently, Jerry Agar of CFRB 1010 and the Toronto Sun, addressed the issue in an editorial. Naturally, he sought the advice of employment lawyer, Daniel A. Lublin, prior to putting pen to paper. Commenting on the recent landmark decision, Mr. Lublin indicated it was a “seismic shift” in workplace privacy rights. Lublin encourages employers to create good information technology policies in the workplace. As he says; “It is hard to lose the game when you make the rules, so set good rules in place.”