Dec 162012
 
 December 16, 2012  Posted by  Non-U.S., Workplace

Anne Côté and  Terri Susan Zurbrigg of Field Law write:

Twenty-six employees of the Alberta Justice and Attorney General’s Maintenance Enforcement Program (“MEP”) were each awarded $1250.00 in damages each after a Peace Officer carrying out a workplace investigation used their personal information to conduct an Equifax credit check without their knowledge or consent (the “AUPE Arbitration”).

Read more about it on JDSupra.

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