BUS 483 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Natural Justice, Canadian Human Rights Tribunal, Wrongful Dismissal

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Behaviour or policy adversely affects a protected group or person, there is a duty to accommodate. Accommodate to the point of undue hardship. Duty to accommodate is not burden on the complainant, but the respondent. Complaints under the hrc go to b. c. Step 1: filing a complaint form with the tribunal available at its office, website or from other government offices: self-help guides or b. c. Human rights coalition can assist: coalition funded by government to help the employee. D) settlement meeting: parties may agree to a settlement meeting at any time, only opportunity to check out the complainant"s and the scope of their case. Ask the complainant questions (semi-cross- examination: agreement to meeting, time freeze, giving an additional 21 days before meeting. If meeting doesn"t work out, have another additional 21 days before hearing: dignity may have been insulted. So, an apology given with or without prejudice can change things in a settlement meeting.

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