In my last post, I told you about a wonderful neighbourhood business that may, or may not, be complying with the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA) and the Ontario Human Right Code (HRC). That post contained a little test of your understanding of these two laws. If you missed it, you can go back and take the test now (requires LinkedIn membership).
Feedback included this link: www.stopgap.ca.
Visual/audio learners will appreciate this short movie.
My skill-testing question for this week: What is the functional difference between the AODA and the HRC? (In other words, which law is opportunity-focused rather than penalty-focused?)
Looking forward to your feedback, see ya in a couple of weeks.
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