Memorial University of Newfoundland is committed to maintaining an environment of understanding and respect for all people. We recognize that the duty to accommodate is an ethical and legal responsibility.
The university attempts to accommodate the employment needs of job applicants and employees who are protected under the Human Rights Act, 2010, up to the point of undue hardship. Accommodation is viewed as a protection of our human rights and we strive to accommodate both employees and job applicants in a way that respects dignity and enhances an ability to compete for jobs and fully participate in employment.
Memorial has a number of inclusive policies and procedures in place including:
Equity, Diversity and Inclusion in Employment
Kullik Lighting and Smudging
Respectful Workplace Policy
Sexual Harassment Policy
Supporting and Accommodating Breastfeeding
Workplace Accommodation Policy