A workplace shooting at a California chicken processing plant has once again brought workplace violence back to the national discussion.
Federal courts haven’t exactly been clear on what qualifies as an “adverse action” on an employer’s part when it come to retaliation claims. So a recent ruling in Connecticut comes as good news.
An employee’s behavior leads his bosses to think he might commit some sort of workplace violence. The employee says his actions were caused by a psychological condition that’s now controlled by medication. Can the company let him go, or is he protected under the Americans with Disabilities Act? Read the dramatized version of this real-life [...] [MORE]