Accommodation E-lert

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Recent ACCOMMODATION E-LERTs:

  • : "Family status discrimination requires serious interference with a substantial parental or familial duty in British Columbia"
  • : "No breach of duty to accommodate where employee uncooperative and unable to work despite accommodation efforts"
  • : "Grievor suffering from alcohol addiction reinstated into safety-sensitive position with conditions"
  • : "British Columbia Court of Appeal confirms its cautious approach towards family status discrimination"
  • : "Arbitrator outlines factors to be considered in awarding damages of $35,000 in accommodation case"