Duty to Accommodate: Doing the Right Thing, at the Right Time, the Right Way, for the Right Reasons

Find out from the Canadian Human Rights Commission how far the duty to accommodate extends and what is required of everyone involved



On Demand
Course Leader : Catherine Pretty, Canadian Human Rights Commission
Duration : 1 hour 0 minute
Price: $69.00

Join us as the Canadian Human Rights Commission partners with Canadian HR Reporter to bring you the information employers and HR professionals need to know on the Duty to Accommodate.

We look at what the duty to accommodate means. Important concepts such as bona fide justification, bona fide occupational requirements, and undue hardship are examined. We also provide an overview of policies and practices required in accommodation and the roles and responsibilities of those involved.

This webinar is also available in French.

Catherine Pretty

Catherine Pretty, worked in the field of finance prior to joining the Canadian Human Rights Commission in 2003. Catherine works out of the Western Regional Office in Edmonton, Alberta. Since Catherine joined the CHRC, she has been an Intake Officer, Early Resolution Analyst and Acting Early Resolution Advisor, where she was responsible for handling complaints from across Canada on all grounds of the Canadian Human Rights Act. In her current role as a Discrimination Prevention Officer, Catherine facilitates the Anti-Harassment and Duty to Accommodate workshops including Training the Trainer workshops and is also involved with preparing tools to support the Human Rights Maturity Model and developing the CHRC's Accommodation Works! Web-based app

*Please note, this webinar is available for viewing for 7 days from date of enrollment.