Mental Heath in the Workplace

Part 2: The duty to accommodate

An episode of Mental Heath in the Workplace

By CP Association of BC
The Cerebral Palsy Association of BC and Richmond Centre for Disability are proud to host a four-part workshop series titled Mental Health in the Workplace: Rights and Responsibilities of Youth with Disabilities. This workshop series will address the issues of mental health in the workplace for youth with disabilities. The workshops will be given by two lawyers.
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Part 3: Applying for an accommodation
Lawyer Laura Track recaps what was covered in the last two workshops before handing the mic to Sarah to look at some practical steps to take when asking for an accommodation, both before you begin a job and if your situation changes at work. These workshops are hosted by the Cerebral Palsy Association of BC www.bccerebralpalsy.com and Richmond Centre for Disability www.rcdrichmond.org The music is Summer's Grace by Ketsa CC BY-NC-ND 4.0
1:15:44
October 31, 2018
Part 2: The duty to accommodate
In the second of the Mental Health in the Workplace Workshops, lawyer Laura Track goes in depth on the duty of employers to accommodate people with disabilities. She talks about reasonable accommodations and what an undue hardship is. Finally, she talks about the steps you can take to request an accommodation. Laura Track is a lawyer with the BC Human Rights Clinic www.bchrc.net Paula Krawus was unfortunately unable to attend this meeting. These workshops are hosted by the Cerebral Palsy Association of BC www.bccerebralpalsy.com and Richmond Centre for Disability www.rcdrichmond.org The music is Summer's Grace by Ketsa CC BY-NC-ND 4.0
53:32
October 5, 2018
Part 1: An overview of human rights
In the first of the Mental Health in the Workplace Workshops, lawyers Laura Track and Paula Krawus introduce many of the concepts and terms that will be discussed in the four workshops. What are human rights? Where do human rights come from? What is the BC Human Rights Tribunal? What are the key concepts in Human Rights - direct and indirect discrimination, intersectionality and accommodation. Laura Track is a lawyer with the BC Human Rights Clinic http://www.bchrc.net/ Paula Krawus is a lawyer with Kent Employment Law https://kentemploymentlaw.com/ These workshops are hosted by the Cerebral Palsy Association of BC https://www.bccerebralpalsy.com/ and Richmond Centre for Disability http://www.rcdrichmond.org/ The music is Summer's Grace by Ketsa CC BY-NC-ND 4.0
51:51
September 20, 2018
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