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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 rejects recommendation of independent medical evaluation and refuses to reinstate grievor to safety-sensitive position due to use of medical marijuana"
- : "Alberta Court of Appeal rules proper test for establishing prima facie discrimination in family status cases does not require self-accommodation"
- : "Employer’s misunderstanding of medical information results in a failure to accommodate"
- : "Employer should have begun accommodation process earlier, after receiving third medical report, even if further information needed"
- : "Employer fails to accommodate by not seeking further medical information of an employee’s ability to return to work"