Accommodation E-lert

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  • : "Employer did not breach its accommodation duty by delaying employee’s return to work by four days"
  • : "Management should have considered alternate positions within the organization in its search for suitable accommodation"
  • : "Employer revokes job offer due to complainant’s angry emails, not his disability"
  • : "Employer breached the duty to accommodate by failing to explore permanent accommodation in light-duty positions"
  • : "Employer fails to include union or grievor in accommodation process"