Reasonable accommodations are individualized and must be considered on an individual-by-individual basis.
If faced with a disabled employee claiming a substantial limitation in their ability to work, examine the request carefully.
Telling your employee that you are firing them because of their medical issue will not end well for you.
According to one attorney, an employer cannot condone a work environment where an employee with an impairment is ridiculed because of it.
An otherwise ADA-protected employee must still meet his or her employer’s performance standards with or without reasonable accommodation.
Here is a case that provides a textbook ADA roadmap for employers to follow when handling an employee on an extended medical leave.
Public sector employers are subject to the ADEA and prohibited from discriminating against employees over age 40 based on age.
There are shareable employment law and ADA lessons from the Will Farrell holiday classic ‘Elf.’
Pre-employment medical exams are permitted as long as the employer does so for all entering employees in the same job category.