Human Rights, Discrimination and Accommodation - Articles & Videos

the right to remember

The Right to Remember

In early November, Ontario’s Minister of Citizenship and Multiculturalism introduced Bill 38, the Remembrance Week Amendment Act, 2021.

COVID-19: Getting Back to Business (Again) – FAQ

We wanted to offer a guide to some of the most common issues that we have been asked about in recent weeks about returning to the office.

Can I Change My Work Schedule to Care for My Kids?

What happens when you ask your employer for some flexibility in your work schedule because of your obligations to your children?
Employers Hiring People with Disabilities

Rudner Law Video Update: Hiring People with Disabilities

Stuart uses a hockey story as the basis for his comments in this video update about hiring people with disabilities.
Summary of Employment Law in 2020

It’s a wrap on 2020, not your obligations

The holidays are just around the corner. We are in the middle of a pandemic. While there may not be in-person celebrations this year, and many employees are working remotely, employers continue to have obligations to their employees, such as providing a safe workplace to all employees and accommodating employees up to the point of undue hardship.
AODA compliance deadlines

Upcoming Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA) Compliance Deadlines

Many of Ontario’s Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA) compliance deadlines have come and gone, and more are coming.
Discrimination at work - Dress Codes and What Not to Wear

Discriminatory Dress Codes in Male-Dominated Industries

Discriminatory dress codes reinforce stereotypical and sexist notions about females, and can lead to discrimination in the workplace.