No discrimination … but pay up anyway

28 May 2013 No discrimination … but pay up anyway

By Alan Shanoff, Toronto Sun: He That’s right, all allegations of discrimination were rejected however last month the company was still ordered to pay $70,799 to the complainant, Aldeen Morgan.

rman Miller Canada Inc. distributes and sells amazing furniture. Their futuristic chairs can be seen in many lawyer’s offices. Yet for employment lawyers, the company is now more noteworthy for having recently successfully fended off allegations of discrimination yet still ordered by the Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario to pay a complainant 14 months of lost wages ($55,799) plus $15,000 as damages for injury to dignity, feelings and self-respect.


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