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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 breached duty to accommodate by placing grievor in a lower-paying position without first considering reasonable accommodation options"
- : "BC father terminated after turning down an extended work assignment in Manitoba on family status grounds"
- : "Supreme Court of Canada finds gender discrimination in RCMP pension plan while leaving door open to future family status claims under the Charter of Rights"
- : "Self-serving declarations of alcohol dependency by grievor insufficient to establish disability"
- : "Human rights tribunal allows employee’s accommodation complaint to proceed despite claim filed on the same issue under the Employment Standards Act"