COVID-19 Vaccination Mandate

I grieve that my employer has refused and/or failed to accommodate me to the point of undue hardship regarding the COVID-19 Vaccination Mandate, which is in contravention of Article 19 – No discrimination of my collective agreement and the Canadian Human Rights Act as well as the Treasury Board and the Employer’s Policies on the Duty to Accommodate.

I further grieve that the employer has discriminated against me, on the basis of ______________________ (insert grounds you are claiming), by placing me on Leave without Pay on ______________ (date), when there were reasonable alternative options available to mitigate any risk to Health & Safety.

Corrective action:

That the Employer cease discriminating against me on the basis of ____________________ (insert grounds you are claiming);

[Disability] That the Employer fulfill its duty to accommodate by respecting my medical restrictions and limitations regarding the COVID-19 vaccine, and permitting me to continue to work with appropriate alternative measures in place;

[Religious beliefs] That the Employer fulfill its duty to accommodate my sincerely-held religious beliefs by permitting me to continue to work with appropriate alternative measures in place;

That I be compensated for all losses, including pay and benefits, as well as any lost wages and any additional expenses that may result from this situation;

That the Employer cease the discriminatory practice and take measures to redress the practice and/or to prevent the same or similar practice from occurring in the future;

That I be compensated $20,000, or such other sum deemed appropriate, for pain and suffering experienced as a result of the discriminatory practice;

That I be compensated $20,000, or such other sum deemed appropriate, as compensation for my Employer’s willful and reckless engagement in the discriminatory practice;

That the filing of this grievance will not prejudice me in any future dealings with my employer;

That any tax implications resulting from this grievance be the responsibility of the employer; and

That I be made whole.