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ACCOMMODATION E-LERT Editor
Michael Lynk, Labour Arbitrator
Faculty of Law
University of Western Ontario
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Recent ACCOMMODATION E-LERTs:
- : "Grievor’s request for family status accommodation denied as she had no legal obligation to care for her mother and did not prove a lack of reasonable alternatives"
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- : "Employer provided reasonable accommodation options to nurse who failed to sufficiently cooperate with the process"
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