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Accommodation issues in the workplace /
Filion Wakely Thorup Angeletti LLP; Jamie Knight, Editor in Chief.
imprint
Toronto, Ontario : Wolters Kluwer Limited, 2014.
description
xxvii, 470 pages ; 23 cm
ISBN
9781554967636 (pbk.)
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Toronto, Ontario : Wolters Kluwer Limited, 2014.
isbn
9781554967636 (pbk.)
contents note
Healthy societies supporting vulnerable people -- Definitions and opening questions -- Jurisdictional context and relevant legislation -- Prevalence of mental health Issues in Canadian workplaces -- Duty to accommodate -- Obligation to co-operate -- Procedural aspects of the duty to accommodate -- Focus on health issues and absenteeism -- Focus on mental illness in the workplace -- Addictions, compulsive behaviours and obesity -- Medical and other evidence -- Attendance management -- Focus on the revised national standard -- Focus on accessibility legislation -- Family status discrimination and accommodation -- Age discrimination after abolishment of mandatory retirement -- Focus on religious, cultural and linguistic issues -- Focus on gender identity and sexual orientation -- Conclusion -- Appendix 1: protected leaves of absence -- Appendix 2: requirements and deadlines for customer service standard -- Appendix 3: case study: trouble near the top.
abstract
"The landscape of accommodation in the Canadian workplace is ever-changing. Due to the sensitive but crucial nature of this content, employers, HR managers, and legal practitioners, need to adapt effective best practices on how to best meet their duty to accommodate. Many questions arise from “grey areas” not addressed explicitly in the law, or are so current, they are not yet fully addressed in case law. This resource provides answers to these emerging accommodation questions, particularly addressing: mental health, religion, addiction, family issues (elderly parents, ill family members), and other groups commonly subjected to discrimination harassment or bullying based on sexual orientation, sexual identification, gender, age, etc. This book will focus on the expectations employers need to strive for when accommodating job applicants, employees and third parties. It addresses essential information on best practices, case law, uncertainties, and undue hardship. Also included is an expansive Q&A section, based on real experiences. Ultimately, this publication will provide professionals with practical, on-point information so that they can move forward with confidence in terms of how to accommodate, how to respond, and how to escalate to external resources when faced with these difficult workplace issues."--Publisher's website.
catalogue key
9814623
 
Includes bibliographical references and index.

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