ONTIER Peru recently released an analysis of the top ten Labour Law judgements delivered in 2017. One of the judgements highlighted was the decision by the Supreme Court establishing a limitation on employer's access to employee's professional e-mail address. 'It would be excessive if the employer claimed to be the owner of the professional e-mail addresses, authorised to check their content. That would go against the employer's right to privacy in communications' noted ONTIER specialists.
They also went over the recent judgment delivered by the Constitutional Court establishing that employees that refuse to work in bank holidays can't be sanctioned by their employers in any way. Also remarkable, the 19856-2016-Lima-Este decision of the Supreme Court establishing that written offence via Facebook is now considered serious.