(Solution Document) 12. What is the commonality shared by marital status and physical and mental disability?


12. What is the commonality shared by marital status and physical and mental disability?

a. They are reasonable limits on the equality employment rights of older persons.

b. They are defined terms of prohibited discrimination set out in human rights legislation.

c. They are prohibited grounds of discrimination under all Canadian employment legislation.

d. They are prohibited as systemic discrimination contrary to employment insurance legislation.

 

13. Although he has appropriate skills and training, Ranjit has been turned down for a job opening at a construction site because he cannot remove his turban based on his religious beliefs and is unable to wear a hardhat. What would a human rights commission most likely determine if Ranjit was to make a complaint?

a. adverse effects discrimination based on a bona fideoccupational requirement

b. systemic discrimination on the basis of religion or creed

c. no duty to accommodate on the part of the employer

d. direct discrimination not based on a bona fide occupational requirement

 

14. Which of the following qualifies as a BFOR?

a. The circumstances involve a person disabled by mental illness.

b. An employee has satisfied the onus placed on him of proving the qualification.

c. Accommodation is demonstrated to be possible for a disabled person.

d. A legitimate business purpose and good faith occasioned its adoption.

 







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