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As part of the Working for Worker’s Act, Ontario employers with 25 or more employees are required to have an electronic monitoring policy, and must disclose the policy details to their staff within 30 days.

Claire Boychuk joins CTV’s Ask the Expert to answer viewer questions about how this new legislation may affect the workplace.

Check out the full, 3-part interview below!

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