Labor and Employment Law

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Attendance May Be an Essential Job Function Under the ADA. But, How Do You Know?
Posted on 14 Oct 2015 by Eric Meyer

The regulations to the Americans with Disabilities Act include a non-exhaustive list of reasonable accommodations that may apply to allow an employee with a disability to perform the essential functions of the job. They include job restructuring; part... Read More

Are Pregnant Employees Entitled to Reasonable Accommodation?
Posted on 21 Sep 2011 by Robin Shea

Our friends at the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission recently scored another big win in a pregnancy discrimination case -- actually got summary judgment against the employer, which is unusual. In this case, the employer apparently knew it had... Read More

Update Your Job Descriptions. Because, Americans with Disabilities Act
Posted on 26 Jun 2015 by Eric Meyer

A friendly reminder that, just because your job description might say what an employee is supposed to do, doesn’t mean that’s what your employee actually does. And, in an Americans with Disabilities Act case, here’s why that matters…... Read More