Sask. health region employee who ‘snooped’ on 900+ records won’t get job back
Micki Cowan reports:
A Saskatchewan X-ray technologist won’t be getting her job back after she was fired for “snooping” on hundreds of patient records without due cause, a breach of the Health Information Protection Act.
A recently released labour arbitration decision shows that the employee — who claimed she was looking at the records for “educational purposes” — has been denied a union grievance request to have her job back and to receive compensation for her lost wages and benefits.
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Anonymous - March 9, 2016
For Educational purposes without consent……
This is one where “It is better to ask for forgiveness than beg for permission” does not apply.