Accommodation laws exist to ensure all employees have fair and equal access to work.
Accommodation in the Workplace
An employer’s responsibility is to provide a workplace that is free from discrimination. In some cases, that may
require accommodation for an employee’s specific needs, such as
- Physical, mental or neurological disability
- Childcare obligations
- Gender identity
Register for our on-demand webinar and discover the requirements for workplace accommodation in Canada. Learn when the duty to accommodate is triggered, how to respond to a request for accommodation, and how to determine “undue hardship.”
Stuart Rudner, Employment Lawyer and Mediator, Founder of Rudner Law
Stuart Rudner is an Employment Lawyer and Mediator and the Founder of Rudner Law, a boutique law firm specializing in HR law. Stuart is also the author of You’re Fired! Just Cause for Dismissal in Canada and has been selected by his peers for inclusion in “The Best Lawyers in Canada” in the area of Employment Law for the past four years.