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When is it acceptable for an employer to search into its employees’ electronic emails or computer equipment? Part 2 of 2

I recently published an article with Patrick Gingras on this topic. The article is entitled “Accéder ou ne pas accéder au matériel informatique de son employé, telle est la question” (which translates to: “To access or not to access its employees’ technological devices: That is the question”). The article is in French so I have summarized […] Read more

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When is it acceptable for an employer to search into its employees’ electronic emails or computer equipment? Part 1 of 2

I recently published an article with Patrick Gingras on this topic. The article is entitled “Accéder ou ne pas accéder au matériel informatique de son employé, telle est la question” (which translates to: “To access or not to access its employees’ technological devices: That is the question”). The article is in French so I have summarized […] Read more

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Privacy in the private sector workplace: Q & A with Eloïse Gratton and Lyndsay Wasser

Featured as privacy law expert. Privacy legislation has descended on the private sector workplace and employers must comply to protect their employees’ data. Éloïse Gratton of Montreal and Lyndsay Wasser of Toronto, both partners at McMillan are co-authors of Privacy in the Workplace, 3rd Edition.  National asked the co-authors about governance, employee monitoring, cross-border transfer […] Read more

Privacy in the workplace

Join authors Eloïse Gratton and Lyndsay Wasser, partners at McMillan LLP, for an in-depth look at the privacy issues that can arise in the workplace and how to deal with them. Over the course of the webinar, Eloïse Gratton and Lyndsay Wasser will address the various privacy issues that employers commonly face, and provide a […] Read more