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Can I Sue My Employer For Not Providing An Ergonomically Correct Workstation?

Can I sue my employer for not providing an ergonomically correct workstation?
Disability Benefits - Question 64
While an employer may have a duty to accommodate an employee’s disability, taking legal action to force an employer to provide a better work environment is usually not sensible. A Human Rights complaint may be an option. If you are in such a situation, you could consult the Ministry of Labour or an employment lawyer to explore your options.
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