Employees said schedule change discriminated against their family status but not every negative impact can be accommodated
Four employees of an Ontario electricity distribution company cried foul when their shift schedule was altered and caused problems with their parental responsibilities. However, when they filed grievances claiming discrimination based on family status, an arbitration board drew a line between serious family obligations that should be accommodated and normal family responsibilities that employees should deal with themselves.
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