The presence of video cameras in the workplace, as well as other measures of surveillance put in place by employers, have generated considerable commentary in recent years in Quebec. Administrative and civil tribunals are increasingly called upon to rule on the legality of these measures which are increasingly accessible to employers, as well as to assess their probative value in the context of the administration of evidence.
The three most viewed articles on HRinfodesk this week deal with whether an employer had the right to terminate an employee's employment without notice , how a government employee alleged discrimination on the basis of disability and the Ontario Labour Relations Board's decision permitting the use of telematic devices to monitor company vehicles.
I recently read an interesting case about sick pay fraud and bad-faith termination. After reading the employer’s version of what happened, I was pretty convinced...
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