Thursday, August 25 | 2016    


Welcome to – Canada’s leading educational resource for union and employer representatives offered by the Centre For Labour-Management Development.

Check out our labour law webinars, audio conferences, in-house seminars, ACCOMMODATION E-LERTS and these upcoming live seminars offered by the Centre:

Nov 8 & 9
The 22nd Annual Manitoba Labour Law Review (Winnipeg)
Nov 16 & 17
The 22nd Annual Alberta Labour Law Review (Edmonton) 
Nov 29 & 30
The 22nd Annual Saskatchewan Labour Law Review (Saskatoon) 
Dec 7 & 8
The 22nd Annual BC Labour Law Review (Vancouver) 

Employees must accept an accommodation if it is reasonable in all respects even if it does not provide the exact type of work, shift or job location which is their first preference. An employer should inform its disabled employee of the consequences or possible consequences of rejecting a potential job or set of duties.