Accommodation outside work hours

Does the duty to accommodate a disability include the worker’s commute?
|Canadian Employment Law Today

Employers have a duty to accommodate disabled workers on the job. That much is clear. But what about outside of work hours? A recent decision by a Nova Scotia Human Rights Board of Inquiry looked at a case where a worker claimed her employer didn’t accommodate her disability when it transferred her to a location further from her home.

The employer argued the province’s

Human Rights Act