The Duty to Accommodate in Employment (Print & ProView)

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Comprehensive, understandable, and relevant across Canada, The Duty to Accommodate in Employment helps legal practitioners and human resources professionals grapple with a complicated array of accommodation issues in this rapidly developing area of law. This text pinpoints areas of concern so you can begin to formulate solutions immediately, and provides a thorough examination of all the information you need including:

  • The place of duty to accommodate in human rights and workers' compensation law
  • The "undue hardship" concept, which delimits the scope of the duty
  • The responsibilities of employers, employees, and trade unions in the process of fashioning accommodations
  • The impact of the duty to accommodate on historical workplace rules
  • Extensive reference to case law from both the unionized and non-unionized sectors

Publisher:
Carswell

Practice Area:
Labor & employment

Jurisdiction:
General

Publication Date:
2003-04-01

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30845614

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30833305

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