Accommodation is a difficult process to navigate
By now most employers know (or should know) that accommodation is a difficult process to navigate. One of the challenges that employers must address is how to appropriately compensate an employee who is being accommodated in a different position. This question only gets more complicate when the employee in question has changed status, such as full-time to part-time, as part of the accommodation process. The Divisional Court provided direction for employers in the recent decision of City of Toronto v Canadian Union of Public Employees, Local 79.