The importance of work to our lives cannot be understated. It is the means by which we keep a roof over our heads. It can provide a sense of identity and sets the very cadence of our daily routines – from morning commutes to lunch breaks and the importance of the weekend.
A recent survey conducted by Morning Consult revealed that about half of tech workers would rather resign than be subject to facial recognition or have their employer record audio or video of them.
Employment Lawyers often say that the two riskiest parts of the employment relationship are the hiring stage and the dismissal. Each of these raise their own specific sets of risks, but one commonality is that it is often easy for the candidate or employee to allege that they were discriminated against on the basis of a protected ground under Human Rights legislation.