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Canada Computers hires unlicenced technicians

Magneito (1591871) writes | more than 5 years ago

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Magneito writes "Normally we've been fighting for employee rights for some of the individuals working at Canada Computers. Such as the London location where an employee had their personal garbage searched like a criminal. This time we're gonna shine the light at a few other locations. This time its Mississauga CC, and its bad news for customers this time. This includes hiring unlicensed technicians, and having sales reps pretend to be technicians. How disastrous do you think this could be if an accident occurred to a high profile clients hardware? or a lawyers?"
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