Accommodation E-lert

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  • : "Grievor fails to take sufficient personal steps to meet child care obligations, rejects reasonable accommodation offers"
  • : "Employee’s absenteeism warranted accommodation and did not frustrate the employment contract"
  • : "Pregnant firefighter denied request for shift change as she could not perform essential duties required on new shift"
  • : "Prima facie discrimination established where addiction is a factor in an employee’s termination"
  • : "Part-time employee unable to work full time due to disability not entitled to full-time remuneration"