p2pnet news view Freedom | P2P:- “Those who are nervous have something to be nervous about. Do you [sic] job and I am sure you have nothing to worry about. I love how union people get all up in arms about someone actually caring if they are safe or not, if they are working or not and trying to opitimize the business.”
“Do your job and you have nothing to worry about,” says John. “Slack off and you get what you deserve, GPS or not.”
“This is more about the camera`s in the vehicles,” says HEH at U in response. ”
“Guess we will find out soon enough. ”
“Dear Purchasing Manager,” says Charles-CBC, China, in an email »»»
How are you? I am Charles from CBC-CHINA[url]
I got the information and your business email address from internet and know that your company is a leading Importer and Distributor, the purpose of my contact is to see if there are any opportunity to cooperate with you in future. We have good security camera, spy hidden camera with LCD dvr , outdoor products, trial camera. which I think maybe good for your business. are very hot for market! Pls see the detail belows.
Unreal. But it’s interesting to see p2pnet reaches China’s manufacturing and marketing sectors.
But that Bell Canada is indeed spying on its mobile techs is real enough.
In a May 4 letter to Paul Robert, Bell Canada director of labour relations, “It has come to the attention of the CEP that Bell has recently engaged in video surveillance of technicians,” p2pnet quotes Sean Howes, National Communications, Energy and Paperworkers Union of Canada representative, going on »»»
The CEP understands that cameras were secretly installed in the technicians` vehicles and monitored their actions during their working hours.
These actions have been undertaken without any advance notice to the Union or to affected employees. Such a course of contact is morally repugnant. It is also a destructive of labour relations and employee morale.
The actions undertaken by Bell Canada are a violation of the Collective Agreement, contrary to established jurisprudence, and also a violation of the Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act.
The CEP is now demanding Bell Canada gives details of the extent of its spy operation, who the victims are, why the surveillance was undertaken, and how long it`s been going on for.
“The CEP is considering initiating a complaint with the Privacy Commissioner in connection with this matter, and a failure to respond will certainly encourage the CEP to do so,” says Howes.
Will this lead to industrial action?
spying on its mobile techs – Bell Canada: spying on employees, May 8, 2009
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