The deadline to establish an electronic monitoring policy is fast approaching. Bill 88 amended the Employment Standards Act to require employers to have a written policy on electronic monitoring of employees in place by October 11, 2022.Read more
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In this issue: 1) To Track or Not to Track: Your Organization Needs an Electronic Monitoring Policy for That; 2) Kosteckyj v Paramount: Employee had 25 days to Claim Constructive Dismissal; 3) “Quiet Quitting”: Emerging Issues and the Future of WorkRead more
Employers have now received some clarification on the new provincial requirements to have an electronic monitoring policy in their workplace this fallRead more
Ontario Proposes Legislation Requiring Employers to Inform Workers If, How and Why They are Being Monitored
Ontario proposes new legislation that, if passed, would require employers to disclose the extent to which they monitor their employees electronically, including their use of computers, cellphones, GPS trackers and other devices.Read more