Women's anti-surveillance filming went to work and was expelled from work with umbrellas, and their claim of 330,000 was rejected
[Women's anti-surveillance filming went to work without an umbrella and was expelled for 330,000 claims and was dismissed] Recently, Shenzhen, Guangdong. According to China Judges.com, Ms. Zhang’s company has installed multiple high-definition cameras in the work area, one of which is located above Ms. Zhang’s workstation. Ms. Zhang believes that this camera can capture her personal privacy. Considering that the company's executives are male and the location is easy to be out of sight, two umbrellas are used to cover the camera. The company terminated the labor contract with Ms. Zhang for serious violation of discipline. Ms. Zhang appealed to the court and claimed more than 300,000 yuan from the company. The court held that the claim for compensation was unfounded and did not support it.