Versailles is an amazing vacation destination, but it’s also a court destination for French Ikea officials where they face charges of spying on employees.
According to The Guardian, Jean-François Paris, Ikea France’s former director of risk management, spent upwards of €600,000 a year on private investigators who spied on employees. The court investigation focuses on 2009 to 2012, but apparently, the spying had been going on for a decade before that.
Courts in France take time, and here we are in 2021, finally getting Ikea’s day in court.
While I reported in 2013 that these investigations focused on employee sick leave, it turns out that the claims cover far more.
For instance, prosecutors claim that Ikea conducted investigations into:
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