Pay For Work Privacy Breach

A sawmill operator has been ordered to pay $1,000 for breaching privacy rights of an employee forced to take a drug test. Run of the mill mishaps at work are not sufficient justification for testing, a British Columbia labour arbitrator ruled: “When a breach of an employee’s privacy rights is established an award of general damages is appropriate.”

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