Major case alert: B.C. company wins ‘time theft’ case against remote worker

A photo illustration of a person stealing time. Photo: HR Law Canada/Canva

A remote worker in British Columbia, fired for cause, has been ordered to pay her employer more than $2,600 for time theft after software proved she claimed to be working when she wasn’t.

Read the full story: B.C. employer wins time-theft case against remote worker after installing tracking software

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