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Dec 14, 2021

Irv Kleiner was quoted by Canadian HR Reporter

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Arbitrator rules on paid sick leave during self-isolation

Irv Kleiner was interviewed by Canadian HR Reporter on the exact circumstances in which an employee is able to access paid sick leave during self-isolation due to COVID-19.


An Ontario arbitrator has provided some clarity after ruling the exact circumstances in which an employee is able to access paid sick leave during self-isolation due to COVID-19.

“Clearly a requirement to isolate in accordance with government-prescribed directives [and] guidelines does not constitute a form of an illness or disability that warrants coverage under a collective agreement,” says Irv Kleiner, partner employment and labour group at Torkin Manes in Toronto, in talking to Canadian HR Reporter.

“The [agreement] has no reference to illness and disability and within the meaning of the collective agreement, a requirement to isolate does not constitute a form of illness or disability.”


To read the full article, please visit the Canadian HR Reporter website.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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