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Fact Sheet – My Rights at Work: Limits to the duty to accommodate in Ontario

Is my employer allowed to say no to my request for accommodation? What does the law say? Ontario’s Human Rights Code says that employers must provide disability-related accommodations, unless the qualification or standard is a justified job requirement, or if it causes the employer undue hardship. Justified Job Requirement If your request for accommodation is…Read More

Fact Sheet – My Rights at Work: Requests for disability-related accommodation in Ontario

What are my rights for disability-related accommodations at work? What does the law say? Ontario’s Human Rights Code (the Code) is a provincial law that says persons with disabilities in Ontario have the right to be free from discrimination in employment. Persons with disabilities are protected from discrimination in all stages of the employment relationship,…Read More

Last Modified: August 12, 2021

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