Severance Pay & Valuing Disabled Employees' Past Contributions and Investments: O.N.A. v. Mount Sinai Hospitals

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Employment standards legislation has proven largely immune to Charter scrutiny. Various challenges to this minimum standards legislation, such as a s. 15 challenge involving the denial of minimum wage to patients working in psychiatric facilities in Fenton v. B.C. [1991] B.C.J. No. 3056 and the exclusion of domestic workers from overtime provisions in Re Domestic Workers Union [1983] 1 D.L.R. (4th) 560 have been unsuccessful.

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