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Category Archives: Privacy

Rudner MacDonald in the Classroom

Employment law is constantly evolving and becoming increasingly complex. As we often say, every decision must be assessed with consideration of some or all of: Employment Standards Human Rights Occupational Health & Safety Privacy Common Law Tax Law HR Professionals, and all those tasked with HR issues, are now expected to be “part-time lawyers” in order to do their job […]


Workplace privacy: how far can your employer go?

Can employers search the content of your workplace computer, tablet or smartphone? What if you store personal information on it? Can they go so far as to search  your personal devices? And what if you are dismissed, and HR takes your smartphone back with all of your contacts and personal photos on it? In the modern workplace, the lines between […]


Hangout with Rudner MacDonald: Just Cause Dismissal & Employee Tracking

In this Google Hangout, we discuss the recent video of two Air Canada employees dropping passengers’ carry-on baggage into a bin several meters below a plane while it was readying for departure at Pearson International Airport in Toronto. As discussed in a previous blog post, the incident is an excellent reminder of two important points: Employees: Never assume your actions are […]


Quick Termination not Cleared for Takeoff

Recently, we were treated to a video of two Air Canada employees dropping passengers’ carry-on baggage from the top of a stepladder into the plane into a bin several meters below, while the plane was readying for departure at Pearson International Airport in Toronto. The video, taken by a passenger, quickly became an internet sensation and prompted an outcry from […]



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