Alberta Human Rights Information Service October 29, 2014

Upcoming Human Rights in Employment Forum
Accommodating Mental Disabilities
(Edmonton, November 19, 2014)

It's not too late to register for this forum!

The Alberta Human Rights Commission, together with the Human Resources Institute of Alberta, Enbridge Pipelines Inc., and Sturgeon County and Teamsters' Union, is offering a breakfast forum. Mental disabilities may be invisible to the employer, manifesting as absenteeism, behavioral changes or performance issues. This forum will help you understand both the employers' and employees' obligations regarding the duty to accommodate mental disabilities in the workplace.

This is the fourth session in the Human Rights in Employment Forum Series. Registration is limited to 60 participants.

To learn more about the forum, see Accommodating Mental Disabilities (PDF). You can register online. For more information about the forum, call Jane Maze at 780-422-1924 in Edmonton. You can call toll-free from Alberta locations outside Edmonton by first calling 310-0000.

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