What is perceived discrimination?

Decisions based on perceptions of a worker's limitations, even if wrong, can constitute discrimination

What is perceived discrimination?

Q: Is there a difference between a perceived disability and an actual disability in determining workplace discrimination?

A: Canadians are protected under human rights legislation with respect to employment if they are treated differently on the basis of disability. The term “disability” is broadly defined and includes a wide range and degree of conditions.

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