Accomodating Mental Illness in the Workplace (Canada)


Employees with mental illness can present particular challenges and difficulties for employers. Because mental illness is often not readily apparent, it can be difficult for employers to detect and accommodate this form of disability. However, notwithstanding these difficulties, employers have a legal duty to accommodate mental health disabilities. This 20-page guide from a Canadian law firm provides a guideline and offer some practical tips for accommodating workers with mental illness.

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