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Workplace Accommodation for Federal Public Service Employees (C345)

Description

Type: Online
Duration: 01:30 hours
Status: Suspended

To prevent discrimination under the Employment Equity Act, the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms and the Canadian Human Rights Act, public service managers are legally obliged to address the accommodation needs of their employees in the workplace. This online self-paced course introduces managers to the principles of workplace accommodation and examines the importance and benefits of making such accommodations. Participants will examine key concepts such as the duty to accommodate and undue hardship, and discover strategies and tools for engaging teams in fostering an inclusive and barrier-free work environment.

Topics include:

  • examining the benefits of workplace accommodation
  • understanding duty to accommodate and undue hardship
  • responding to a workplace accommodation request
  • fostering an inclusive and barrier-free work environment

More details

More about this course
  • Topics: Human resources; Respectful and inclusive workplace; Workplace management
  • Community: Directors; Employees; Executives; Managers; Supervisors
  • Business line: Respectful and Inclusive Workplace
  • Provider: Canada School of Public Service

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