Product details

Publisher: 
Carswell
Practice area: 
Labor & employment
Jurisdiction: 
Ontario
Publication date: 
2012-03-27
ISBN: 
9780779849437
Carswell

CLV Special Report - An Employer's Guide to Surveillance, Searches and Medical Examinations, Second Edition

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The Special Report presents the most up-to-date legal perspective on the controversial issues of employee surveillance, searches, and medical examinations. Designed as a guide for labour and human resources professionals, this publication consolidates all the information and practical advice managers need to resolve their own company's issues in respect to gathering and using personal information on employees as a part of disciplinary actions, disputed compensation or other benefit claims, or terminations for cause. With this guide, employers will know when and how to undertake video surveillance of employees they suspect to be feigning illness or disability.

Labour and employment law specialist, John C. O'Reilly also provides a summary of the current federal privacy legislation, addresses the controversial issue of Internet surveillance and medical examinations, and helps to crystallize the law in a manner that will enable employers to devise practical and effective policies.

The publication covers:

  • Video surveillance outside the workplace
  • Electronic surveillance at the workplace
  • Practice points for employers wanting to use surveillance
  • Discipline for misuse of technology
  • Enforceable search policies
  • Medical examinations
Carswell

CLV Special Report - An Employer's Guide to Surveillance, Searches and Medical Examinations, Second Edition

Availability: Out Of Stock

Description

The Special Report presents the most up-to-date legal perspective on the controversial issues of employee surveillance, searches, and medical examinations. Designed as a guide for labour and human resources professionals, this publication consolidates all the information and practical advice managers need to resolve their own company's issues in respect to gathering and using personal information on employees as a part of disciplinary actions, disputed compensation or other benefit claims, or terminations for cause. With this guide, employers will know when and how to undertake video surveillance of employees they suspect to be feigning illness or disability.

Labour and employment law specialist, John C. O'Reilly also provides a summary of the current federal privacy legislation, addresses the controversial issue of Internet surveillance and medical examinations, and helps to crystallize the law in a manner that will enable employers to devise practical and effective policies.

The publication covers:

  • Video surveillance outside the workplace
  • Electronic surveillance at the workplace
  • Practice points for employers wanting to use surveillance
  • Discipline for misuse of technology
  • Enforceable search policies
  • Medical examinations