Employers must try to accommodate workers with family obligations
from The Hamilton Spectator
In a landmark decision that may help thousands of Canadian parents juggling work and child care, the Federal Court says employers must try to accommodate employees with family obligations. The ruling upholds a 2010 Canadian Human Rights Tribunal decision against the Canadian Border Services that found the federal agency discriminated against a Toronto airport customs inspector when it denied her request for regular hours so she could make child care arrangements.
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