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‘Before the duty to accommodate, the duty to inquire’
Employment Law

‘Before the duty to accommodate, the duty to inquire’

By January 15, 2018 June 19th, 2019 No Comments

If the duty to accommodate is a well-known concept, the duty to inquire is a fuzzy notion. The principle is that an employee seeking accommodation for a disability is under a duty to disclose sufficient information to her employer to enable it fulfill its duty to accommodate. However, current decisions from various tribunals have shown, in accordance to the previous rules, that an applicant will not be held to a high standard of clarity in communication.

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