LAW1066 Human Rights Law I - AHRM

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LAW 1066 Human Rights Law I Credits: 3
In this course students learn the history of the Ontario and Canada Human Rights Codes, and study in-depth the legal principles and practices related to discrimination in employment. Legislation and regulations including the Occupational Health and Safety Act (including Bill 168), Employment Standards Act, the Employment Equity Act, the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act and the Workplace Safety and Insurance Act and their effect on disability management are explored through a review of case law. Students examine prohibited grounds of discrimination regarding employment and the employer's obligation to accommodate in the absence of undue hardship.

Course is fully online, asynchronous delivery.

Prerequisites: None

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