LONG TERM DISABILITY

LONG TERM DISABILITY

Duty to Accommodate

The duty to accommodate is a legal requirement under the Canadian and the Saskatchewan Human Rights Codes for an employer to take reasonable measures short of undue hardship to accommodate the particular needs and disabilities of employees.

The union needs to be involved in removing barriers to accommodation in the workplace, and that's where the steward can play a role. Check out the attached presentation for more information on the duty to accommodate.

 

 

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