Denial of personal leave to care for child not discrimination: B.C. tribunal

Worker took 18 months of maternity and parental leave; wanted 12 more months

A British Columbia worker’s claim of discrimination based on family status related to her employer’s refusal to grant her additional leave following parental leave has been dismissed by the B.C. Human Rights Tribunal.

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