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THE CANADIAN HUMAN RIGHTS COMMISSION
To the upper right is the logo and the name of the organization that people can make their complaints re: violations of their Canadian Human Rights. Please contact them if your rights are not respected after showing other evidence of your MEDICAL EXEMPTION.
Employers and service providers have an obligation to adjust rules, policies or practices to enable you to participate fully. It applies to needs that are related to the grounds of discrimination. This is called the duty to accommodate.
The duty to accommodate means that sometimes it is necessary to treat someone differently in order to prevent or reduce discrimination. For examples, asking all job applicants to pass a written test may not be fair to a person with a visual disability. In such cases, the duty to accommodate may require that alternative arrangements be made to ensure that a person or group can fully participate.
It is also important to consider that there is a reasonable limit to how far your employer or service provider has to go to accommodate your needs. Sometimes accommodation is not possible because it would cost too much, or create health or safety risks. This is known as undue hardship.
Your employer or service provider can claim undue hardship as the reason why certain policies or practices need to stay in place, even though they may have a negative effect on you. They will need to provide sufficient evidence.
8.DUTY TO ACCOMMODATE
Policy on ableism and discrimination based on disability.
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