A year ago, the 6th Circuit concluded that pregnancy-related impairments
that are not part of a "normal" pregnancy-such as miscarriage
susceptibility-can qualify for protection under the ADA. Spees v. James Marine, Inc.,
617 F.3d 380 [ an...
If an employee with low sales numbers announces her
pregnancy, do you:
her and continue to treat her the same as before the announcement, or
others, "What are we going to do about that?"
According to the...
The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission issued yesterday its draft Strategic Enforcement Plan . If you don't have time to slog through all the introductory material, you won't miss a thing if you skip right to Section III (Priorities). The...
Effective January 30, 2014, a new statute in New York City requires employers to provide reasonable accommodation to the needs of an employee for her pregnancy, childbirth, or related medical condition. It is an affirmative defense “that the person...
This being Florida, I expect bizarre court cases from time to time. However, the Florida Supreme Court has restored my faith (for now) that sanity will eventually reign. Two years ago, the Third District Court of Appeal, which covers Miami, ruled that...
On the heels of yesterday's astounding blogging success, " What LeBron's return teaches employers about accommodating the Mark of the Beast " -- Pulitzer, please -- I was planning on coming at you today with "Five Workplace Lessons...