Human Rights Claims and Discrimination in the Workplace

July 15th, 2015 by Marty Rabinovitch

Human Rights Claims and Discrimination in the Workplace

 

Human Rights Claims and Discrimination in the Workplace

A Human rights claim is an action brought by someone who believes that they have been discriminated against on the basis of one or more of the grounds that has been set out by the human rights legislation, according to Toronto employment lawyer Marty Rabinovitch in this Real Estate 101 episode with real estate agent Joe Terceira.

In this video, Marty defines and establishes an understanding of human rights claims and the laws that exist to protect those who are discriminated against in the work place based on personal characteristics like age, gender, religion, ethnicity and disability. Marty also breaks down steps that one must take in order to make a claim in Ontario and on a Federal level.

Watch the video to learn more.

Human Rights Claims and Discrimination in the Workplace

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