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Human Resources Guide and Toolkit - The Duty to Accommodate and Disability Management + USB Key
By: Barbara G. Humphrey, B.A., LL.B.
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Managing disability and accommodation issues presents a constant challenge for Canadian employers; both in the context of managing absenteeism and in the context of making adjustments to the workplace or work demands. The current and future demographic challenges presented by an aging workforce and escalating issues of work/life conflicts are fuelling the growth of accommodation demands related to age and family status. The significance of the foregoing is that Canadian employers and the HR professionals and managers in those workplaces require significant knowledge, skills, strategies and tools to successfully manage current and future new demands of accommodation and disability issues. This book and toolkit delivers the knowledge, strategies and most importantly tools and resources required to support HR professionals, managers and supervisors in successfully meeting the growing challenges of managing accommodation and disability issues. The tools and resources in the Toolkit will support all stakeholders in making their necessary contribution to successful accommodation and disability management. The tools and resources include:
  • Guidelines - to deliver substantive knowledge on key issues
  • Protocols - outlining effective processes
  • Manager's Q&A Guide - reference tool for the front line
  • Forms, Letters, Questionnaires - to support effective processes
  • Model Policies - to support legal compliance
Download free samples of some of the tools and resources included in the Human Resources Guide and Toolkit – The Duty to Accommodate and Disability Management
About the Author
Barbara G. Humphrey, B.A., LL.B. represents employers in a broad range of employment-related matters including human rights, conflict resolution, employment standards, labour relations and wrongful dismissal. Ms. Humphrey's services are regularly retained in connection with conducting independent investigations, mediation initiatives, advisory support and internal audits to determine and resolve human rights, workplace environment and workplace conflict issues within public and private sector organizations. She is recognized for her expertise in Human Rights, Harassment Investigations and Disability Absenteeism Management. Barbara shares her expertise regularly as a frequent speaker at conferences across the country; through papers and articles regularly published and through the development and delivery of a broad range of employment training programs delivered in public and private sector workplaces. In 2003 Barbara was recognized by Lexpert as one of the top 25 women lawyers in Canada. She is recognized as a leading human rights and equality rights practitioner by Lexpert.
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