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Driving as a 'Major Life Activity' Rejected

June 2, 2009
Related Topics: Disabilities, Discrimination and EEOC Compliance, Featured Article
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Impact: Employers are advised to engage in an interactive process with employees seeking job accommodation. Although the inability to drive is not a major life activity, it could create a disability if it caused an impairment of a major life activity like 'caring for oneself, performing manual tasks, walking, seeing, hearing, learning and working.'
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