Comprehensive, understandable and relevant across Canada, this work helps legal practitioners and human resources professionals grapple with a complicated array of accommodation issues in this rapidly developing area of law.
The Duty to Accommodate in Employment
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
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