Clear Path recently challenged what could be considered a precedent-setting decision from the Workplace Safety and Insurance Board (WSIB) that would have put certain employers at a serious disadvantage.
Using personal devices at work to conduct business (BYOD or “bring your own device”) has become commonplace in the last couple of years. Employers are implementing BYOD policies left, right and centre to try to control the privacy challenges this practice can bring about when employers access these devices to protect their data contained on them.
It's a rare not-for-profit that isn’t spending a great deal of its time and attention scrabbling for revenue. In fact, it hardly needs to be said that effective generation and management of revenue flows are almost always critical success factors for not-for-profits.