Who’s watching? A Quebec legal case explores company surveillance of employees
October 22, 2016
When is it acceptable for a company to conduct surveillance on an employee, and when is it an infringement of his or her privacy?
An article published online in Lexology by Nicolas Joubert and Léa Pelletier-Marcotte of Lavery de Billy LLP considers the question in the light of a recent case in Quebec.
The employee in the case claimed he was unable to work because of illness, but a video he posted to his public Facebook account had a video which showed differently.
To read the article, which deals with the case of Groupe Hexagone et Fortier, click here.