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The ADA Does not Force Employers to Provide Indefinite Leave
Posted on 21 Oct 2011 by Eric Meyer

Back in June, I discussed here how the EEOC was discussing the use of leave from work as a reasonable accommodation under the ADA. The question I asked back then was how much leave is reasonable ? When is enough, enough? Well, I can tell you now... Read More

Update: The ADA Does Not Force Employers to Provide Indefinite Leave
Posted on 22 Feb 2012 by Eric Meyer

Hey, that blog title looks familiar. Oh yeah! I wrote about it here back in October. This time around, another federal court, the Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals, has reaffirmed that while a "leave of absence may be a reasonable accommodation... Read More

  • Blog Post: The ADA Does not Force Employers to Provide Indefinite Leave

    Back in June, I discussed here how the EEOC was discussing the use of leave from work as a reasonable accommodation under the ADA. The question I asked back then was how much leave is reasonable ? When is enough, enough? Well, I can tell you now -- and I suppose I could have told you then -- that...
  • Blog Post: Update: The ADA Does Not Force Employers to Provide Indefinite Leave

    Hey, that blog title looks familiar. Oh yeah! I wrote about it here back in October. This time around, another federal court, the Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals, has reaffirmed that while a "leave of absence may be a reasonable accommodation [under the Americans with Disabilities Act ]"...