If an employee is unable to perform their job due to constraints, disability, or religious reasons, employers have a duty to assist and accommodate the employee to the point of undue hardship. This means it is a strict duty that the employer must abide by to make reasonable accommodations for the employee.
It is a human rights violation to not present an employee with the required accommodation. If you are an employee who has been denied accommodation at work, you may be eligible to claim constructive dismissal.
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