Human Rights

Employers have a duty to accommodate employees’ disabilities, religious requirements, (and other protected characteristics) to the point of “undue hardship.” Generally speaking, this is a high bar for employers to meet.

Employees who feel that they are not being properly accommodated in the workplace can file a complaint with the Human Rights Tribunal. The system is designed to be navigated by complainants themselves, without necessarily requiring a lawyer. However, investing in a lawyer will make the process a lot smoother (and definitely less stressful).

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