Family status accommodation has its limits

Employee’s desire to help spouse with health issues care for special-needs children doesn’t invoke legal obligation for employer: Board

A federal government employee’s request to get home 30 minutes earlier to help his spouse care for special-needs children did not invoke a legal obligation to accommodate based on family status, the Canada Public Service Labour Relations and Employment Board has ruled.

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