Employees ‘Don’t Trust’ Recorders In Workplace

Railway workers say they do “not trust” employers to comply with privacy laws if Canada requires installation of video and audio recorders in locomotive cabs. Executives of Teamsters Canada told the Commons transport committee they fear railway managers will use cameras to spy on employees: “Why can’t we cross that hurdle?”

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