Exposing violence at work (Guest commentary)

A look at the implications of privacy legislation when it comes to disclosing information about violent individuals

Health and safety legislation in some provinces requires employers to disclose information about potentially violent individuals whom employees may encounter at work. In some jurisdictions, this applies only to information about non-workers while, in others, it applies both to co-workers and non-workers.

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