Category Archives: Duty to Accomodate

DUTY TO ACCOMMODATE:

RETURN-TO-WORK SITUATIONS WHERE THE EMPLOYEE HAS REQUESTED RELOCATION In return-to-work situations, it is important to note that the obligation to accommodate is neither unlimited nor one sided. An employer is able to terminate based on undue hardship. Nevertheless, the responsibility … Continue reading

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Employers cannot discriminate against employees with family obligations

Adapted from the PSAC website posting of February 4, 2013 entitled: Federal court upholds Canadian Human Rights Tribunal decision on family status accommodation The Federal Court has upheld a decision by the Canadian Human Rights Tribunal saying that employers cannot … Continue reading

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