In this post-pandemic world, remote and hybrid work arrangements have become the norm at most companies. And for employees with disabilities who have trouble working in an office, it’s the perfect time for them to negotiate a remote opportunity. That doesn’t mean, however, that companies have to grant remote work to any disabled employee who […]
While we’re slowly but surely recovering from the effects of the pandemic, fallout from COVID-19 will continue for some time. And this is evident in the various legal problems that are cropping up for employers. Here’s a lawsuit the EEOC recently filed against a company that didn’t properly accommodate an employee who was at high […]
A jury ruled in favor of an employee who said his employer unlawfully neglected to reasonably accommodate his claustrophobia when it put him an an office with no window. Robert Turco was a senior project manager for Zambelli Fireworks, which is a fireworks company in Pennsylvania. He has claustrophobia. Initially he worked in an office […]
A new lawsuit accuses a Cedar City, Utah, car dealership of violating Title VII by engaging in religious discrimination. The suit says the dealership denied a Muslim employee religious accommodations. It also says the dealership fired the employee because he complained. Automotive technician Allan Goodson alleges that his manager denied his request to take two […]
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