This week our hosts talk all about electronic device monitoring in the workplace. Bill 28, passed last year, introduced the requirement for employers with over 25 employees to disclose their electronic monitoring (or lack thereof) to their staff in a written policy. Policies had to have been written by October 11th, and officially provided to employees within 30 days. This new requirement understandably has brought forward many questions from both perspectives, and Jill and Dana dive into all the nitty gritty details.

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