Disability in the workplace: Perception matters

Employers can be liable for discrimination for a perceived disability whether one exists or not

Employers in all jurisdictions across Canada have a legal obligation to protect their employees from discrimination against various grounds under human rights legislation. Disability is one of those protected grounds. But discrimination is not limited to whether or not an employee actually has a disability.

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