Accommodation E-lert

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  • : "Employer should have accommodated employee by assigning dayshifts only"
  • : "Leave policy violated collective agreement but not discriminatory"
  • : "Employer justified in transferring pregnant firefighter to a different fire station as a temporary accommodation"
  • : "Employer did not breach its duty to accommodate by terminating an employee with a long-term disability who had no reasonable prognosis of returning to work in the foreseeable future"
  • : "Employer’s request for further medical information including IME unjustified"