The duty to accommodate employees with mental disabilities, including depression or anxiety, comes from Human Rights legislation. When accommodation is done well, it can help an employee remain a productive and contributing member of the work team.

Accommodation ideas can also help any employee struggling with stress for any reason, even if the legal duty to accommodate does not exist.


Overview of legislation related to the duty to accommodate.
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Union representatives can help support a successful accommodation or return to work.
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An accommodation tool to help explore the psychological, emotional and cognitive job expectations and develop strategies that support the employee's success on the job.
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Accommodation ideas and strategies when mental health is a factor.
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Managing Accommodation, a module of the popular, free program Managing Mental Matters can help answer questions such as "What am I allowed to ask?" and "How long do I have to accommodate for?"