When a complaint is made to the Canadian Human Rights Commission there are a number of ways it can be dealt with. The Commission can also decide to refer the case the Canadian Human Rights Tribunal and there are a number of remedies they can order.
When a complaint is first made to the Canadian Human Rights Commission the parties have an opportunity to come to an agreement through mediation. After the complaint has been assessed to determine if it can move forward the Commission can also require the parties to try to come to an agreement whether they have previously used mediation or not.
It is important to remember that these resolutions cannot be ordered and that both parties must agree to any resolution at this stage.
When the parties agree to resolve the situation an employer who has allowed discrimination could agree to:
If the Canadian Human Rights Commission refers the case to the Canadian Human Rights Tribunal and they find there has been discrimination they can order the other party to...
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