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Telecommuting as a reasonable accommodation

More than two years ago , I hypothesized that the breadth of the ADA's 2009 amendments would likely cover fringe medical conditions such as chemical sensitivities. I wrote: The ADA amendments are intended to make it much easier for individuals to demonstrate that they meet the definition of "disability...

No ADA accommodations required for non-disabled employees

Last week, we had a two-part series on the interplay between the Family and Medical Leave Act and the Americans with Disabilities Act . The former clearly obligates employers to afford leave to an eligible employee to care for a sick child. But, what about the latter? That is, must an employer provide...

More on telecommuting as a reasonable accommodation

Two months ago, I reported on Core v. Champaign County Board of County Commissioners , which, in denying a motion to dismiss, concluded that the employee's complaint had sufficiently pleaded the issue of whether the employer's decision to deny her request to telecommute as a reasonable accommodation...