Religious Accommodation in the Workplace
Under the Canadian Human Rights Act, an employer should accommodate religious beliefs when an employee's religious reliefs beliefs, observances, or practices conflict with workplace requirements.
Freedom's client experience a conflict between a worker's job responsibilities and his religious obligations.
In close consultation with the client's human resources department, Freedom made three recommendations that assisted the client in adhering to the charter while maintaining productivity.
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