10 Things Employers Can Do to Accommodate Employees with Physical Long Term Disabilities [Infographic]
Ontario employers have a legal duty to accommodate employees with long term disabilities who are returning to work.
Although accommodations must be made based on the specific individual and their particular disability and circumstances, I have some general tips for employers seeking to properly accommodate individuals with physical disabilities:
Roger R. Foisy is an experienced long term disability lawyer in Ontario who helps clients receive the compensation they deserve. Do not hesitate to contact Roger and his team today for immediate support and a free consultation.
More on Long Term Disability from Roger R. Foisy:
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- How Employers Can Become a Cause of Long Term Disability Claims
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