The Ontario Human Rights Code provides that an employer has a duty to accommodate a disabled employee to the point of undue hardship. An employer's failure to comply with this duty constitutes discrimination on the basis of disability and can trigger a variety of different remedies, including reinstatement of employment. A recent decision of the Court … Continue reading What Does Undue Hardship Mean?
Recently, I was told that my blog posts, although informative, were really written for the benefit of other lawyers. The comment, which I appreciated, was that my breakdown of the legal reasoning in the cases that I wrote about was not as beneficial to employers and employees, as it was to other employment lawyers. In … Continue reading Did You Know Reinstatement Is Possible Without A Union?