Evolution of the Duty to Accommodate

February 15, 2013

Evolution of the Duty to Accommodate: Attorney General of Canada v. Fiona Ann Johnstone and Canadian Human Rights Commission, 2013 FC 113.

A decision last week from the Federal Court upholding a successful human rights case confirms that employers must accommodate reasonable childcare-related requests from employees.  Click here for publication.

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