Should employees pay for training?

Air Canada rouge faces criticism for payroll deductions
By Sarah Dobson
|Canadian HR Reporter|Last Updated: 07/14/2013

Air Canada’s new airline, rouge, ran into some turbulence after its launch when word spread its flight attendants were being asked to contribute to one week of customer service training at the Disney Institute in Orlando, Fla.

As part of their letter of employment, about 130 people agreed to monthly payroll deductions of about $50 for three years — and if they leave the company early, they are required to repay the full amount.