Information and Privacy

Unions are governed by privacy law that differentiates between the public and private sectors both provincially and federally.  We can assist unions in proceedings involving access to information and privacy legislation in all sectors.  We can also draft applications and prepare responses to applications and enquiries for information.  HHBG Lawyers represents unions before privacy commissioners and Labour Board proceedings.  We are also able to assist with the judicial reviews of such decisions.

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From the Blog
Five Facebook Mistakes to Avoid in the Workplace

Employees should be careful when combining personal social media and their job. It is a smart idea to keep personal social media and the workplace separate. Social media allows people to connect with others as never…

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Court Says Give Probationary Employees a Chance

Many employees and employers believe that the first few months of employment are a probation period.   Many employers believe that during a probation period, they can fire an employee for no reason and without notice or…

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Fired? How to keep out of trouble with company property

A job can end when an employee quits, or when an employee is fired or laid off. Anytime a job ends, employees should return all company property. Companies can be protective of their property, which can…

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