Tag Archives: Breach of Policy

It is hard to lose the game when you make the rules

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 … Read More

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Computer ruling seen as “seismic shift” in workplace privacy rights

Speaking with the Globe & Mail about the recent Ontario Court of Appeal decision on privacy rights in the workplace, Daniel Lublin had this to say; “I would call the court of appeal finding a … Read More

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Oil Sands Blogger Fired for Safety Concerns

It is a good idea to come up with fair procedures that address defamatory blogging sooner, rather than later. Read More

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Theft May Not Result in Dismissal

Employers who are quick to dismiss employees for theft may have to think twice. Read More

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Calgary Stock Broker Yields Poor ROI

After almost ten years of fighting, Calgary-based stock broker Kurt Soost is not ready to throw in the towel. Read More

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