Jun 302015
 
 June 30, 2015  Non-U.S., Workplace

Roberto Ghignone writes:

Saskatchewan Government and General Employees Union v Unifor Local 481, 2015 CanLII 28482 (SK LA)

A Saskatchewan labour arbitrator, Allen Ponak, was required to determine whether the Saskatchewan Government and General Employees Union (“SGEU”) could rely on emails between an employee and his wife sent through its email system to terminate him. Specifically, as evidence that the employee lied about being a member of biker gang. The employee, a Labour Relations Officer (“LRO”), and his Union, Unifor Local 481, grieved the Employer’s decision.

Read more on Carswell The Law of Privacy in Canada Blog.

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