Family Status Discrimination: Supreme Court of Canada Decision Upholds a Rigorous Test -IAMAW Canada

Ivana Saula, Research Director for Canada

Family status as a prohibited ground of discrimination is fairly new in the area of human rights law. It is understood to refer to parental or family obligations, which includes looking after a child or elderly care. The definition of the protected right is consistent across jurisdictions, however, the . . . → Read More: Family Status Discrimination: Supreme Court of Canada Decision Upholds a Rigorous Test -IAMAW Canada

2323 Bulletin: Vacancy Notice – Employee Relations, Rights & Equity Committee

September 4, 2013

Vacancy Notice Employee Relations, Rights & Equity Committee

Currently there is a vacancy for for the Employee Relations, Rights & Equity Committee for YYZ.

The Committee deals with Human Rights violations, acts on complaints of harassment/ bullying, individual case investigations and other related matters within our workplace. The committee members . . . → Read More: 2323 Bulletin: Vacancy Notice – Employee Relations, Rights & Equity Committee