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My employer implemented a laptop program that required 20 hour of training (unpaid and outside of regular work hours) to receive that laptop. Whose property does it remain now?


Asked over 7 years ago in British Columbia
Categories: Labour & Employment

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L. John Alexander

Answer by L. John Alexander

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It remains the employers lap top.
If you were required as a condition of your current employment to attend at the course, the employer must pay you wages for attending the course, but that does not mean you get the lap top.

Posted over 7 years ago

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