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Canadian jurisprudence: The author presents the the legal foundation for freedom of religion in Canada, and the evolving duty to accommodate religious beliefs and practices in the workplace. Accommodating a…

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Arbitration of discrimination grievances

The author discusses the statutes enacted between 1963 and 1978 prohibiting discrimination because of race, color, sex, religion, national origin, and age, and the practical limits of arbitration under collective…

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Attorney Barrett addresses the Canadian employer’s duty to accommodate employees’ religious holidays….

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The employee’s rights to freedom of speech, religious freedom and freedom from religious discrimination are examined in the public and private workplace….

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A new diversity in the workplace – The challenge to arbitration

A discussion of the challenges to arbitrators posed by increasing workplace diversity of age, race, sex, religion and ethnicity in the United States and in Canada, and what influences arbitrators…

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