Disability not a crutch for unsatisfactory workers

Aug 8, 2017
Employment law
Employees with disabilities are protected from being fired for having those disabilities, but they aren’t protected from performance expectations - as shown in a recent B.C. case involving a medical office. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau

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