What is the standard of conduct for an employee with special educational needs in the workplace?

Alberta, Canada

The following excerpt is from Husien v. Opsco Energy Industries Ltd., 2002 AHRC 14 (CanLII):

Counsel further cited Edgell v. Trail School District No. 11 (1996) NP/97-28 (B.C.C.H.R.) The employee also must assist in the process of accommodation without expecting a “perfect” solution (page 16, paragraph 104). The employee must keep the employer informed of his or her limitations and special requirements and the employer must think seriously and creatively about the ways these special requirements can be accommodated.

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