Privacy in the workplace

August 26, 2009

Privacy in the Workplace is a practical guide that clearly explains your privacy compliance responsibilities and even instructs on steps to take once a breach has occurred.
In addition to guidance on current employment-related privacy issues, the Second Edition goes further to provide comprehensive coverage of your responsibilities in complying with Canadian privacy laws, with tools and tips for creating an effective data management program across all areas of your organization including sales, human resources, marketing, finance and the Board of Directors.

It includes information on:

  • How to avoid being accused of a privacy breach and steps to take once a breach has occurred
  • Protecting customer, client and supplier information
  • Essential information about the Personal Health Information Protection Act (PHIPA)
  • Technology and privacy – a guide to sound online marketing practices
  • Reviews of the Personal Information Protection Act (PIPA) in BC and Alberta
  • A review of significant cases and their impact on Canadian privacy law

Privacy in the workplace / [edited by Chloe Flower] ;  [chief contributor] Ian Turnbull.  2nd ed. CCH Canadian Limited, c2009. xv, 480 p.   ISBN 978-1-55367-936-3

For more information on the availability of this title from the University of Toronto Libraries catalogue, click here.


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