Worker’s holdout for ‘perfect’ accommodation fails

Employee’s refusal of accommodation options not a failure of employer to accommodate: Adjudicator
By Jeffrey R. Smith
|Canadian Employment Law Today|Last Updated: 11/12/2014

The duty to accommodate is a fundamental principle in employment law. It’s a legal duty placed upon employers in order to protect the human rights of employees who may otherwise be subject to discrimination under a ground protected by human rights laws that could prevent them from making a living. But the duty isn’t just on employers.