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The Duty to Accommodate Canadian Employees: It's a Two-Way Street

Accommodation in the workplace is a matter of human rights.

An overview of the duty to accommodate Canadian employees

Employers have a duty to accommodate many things, from disability to childcare obligations and much more. But when is this duty triggered, and how far do employers have to go? And what is the role of the employee?

In this essential reference guide, Employment Lawyers from Rudner Law provide an overview of the duty to accommodate, including:

  • How to respond to a request for accommodation
  • When the duty to accommodate is triggered
  • How to determine "undue hardship"
  • Common examples of accommodation

Download your guide to accommodation in the workplace now.