Off-Work Activities Are "Always On" [article]

Peter Bowal, Brandon Heenan, University Of Calgary, University Of Calgary
The article focuses on the off-work activities of employees in relation to employment law in Canada. It discusses expected three after-work behavior categories namely activities which do not interfere with an employment obligation, no adverse effect on employer and industry, and cannot express public criticisms of employer. It also highlights several court cases and employment disciplinary actions leading to employment dismissal for teachers, public officer, and truck driver.
doi:10.11575/prism/34138 fatcat:ylgmayiwd5hpzlb7trpj7cyyrq