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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:
- : "Employer failure in its procedural and substantive duty to accommodate results in $20,000 damage award to employee for injury to dignity"
- : "BC Court of Appeal rules that a negligent representation dispute against an employer involving the accommodation policy in a collective agreement belongs in front of a labour arbitrator, not the courts"
- : "An employee with a non-negative workplace drug test not required to attend treatment program"
- : "Arbitrator upholds dismissal of locomotive engineer who consumed cocaine prior to train derailment where no evidence of addiction"
- : "Compensation for lost wages and benefits must be based on the complainant’s personal circumstances"