HR Law blog post reproduced in LexisNexis Canada Inc. newsletter
Originally published on the HR Law blog March 11, Duty to Accommodate: If only we knew back then what we know now. Actually, we did and the complaint should have been dismissed a long time ago, has been reproduced in the LexisNexis Canada Inc. Focus on Canadian Employment and Equality Rights newsletter.
This piece, written by Brian G. Johnston, QC and Michelle Black, reviews the recent decision from the Nova Scotia Human Rights Board of Inquiry, which held that an employee complaint submitted in 2006 should have been dismissed long ago.
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