Category Archives: disability discrimination

Who Can Be Sued For Disability Discrimination – San Diego Employment Lawyer – Disability Discrimination Lawyer – 619.202.0264

The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) filed a disability discrimination lawsuit against both Staffmark Investment LLC and Sony Electronics, Inc., claiming that both companies violated the disability discrimination Act when they terminated Dorothy Shanks, an employee with a prosthetic leg, because of her disability. … Continue reading

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Employers Must Consider Telecommuting As Accommodation

Employers are not mandated to allow their employees to telecommute, but they must as least consider the possibility for people with disabilities that prevent them from interacting in a standard workplace, according to a ruling by a federal court in Ohio. … Continue reading

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5 Reasonable Accommodations An Employer Almost Never Has To Make

1. Create a job. It’s always tempting, but you are not required under the ADA to create a job to accommodate an employee with a disability. What’s more, it’s a bad idea to do it because you may be creating a … Continue reading

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5 reasonable accommodations an employer never dreamed it would have to make

Here are five ADA reasonable accommodations that I bet you never dreamed you’d have to make — each one is 100% guaranteed true. 1. No no-fault attendance policy. According to the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, which sued Verizon (the … Continue reading

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