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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:
- : "Demotion of complainant following medical leave breaches duty to accommodate even though hours and pay in former position maintained"
- : "No duty to accommodate employee with permanent disability and no reasonable prospect of returning to productive work"
- : "Employer failed to satisfy its duty to accommodate by referring employee to rehabilitation instead of considering viable accommodation options"
- : "Grievor who requests changes to shift schedule to accommodate her family status entitled to reasonable, not preferred, accommodation"
- : "No medical evidence linking grievor’s mental illness to workplace misconduct"