While the nation's public health emergency may be over, the EEOC is reminding employers that they still may continue many of their COVID-19 policies.
A federal district court has ruled that a 2021 Montana law - which classified vaccination status as a protected characteristic under the state's antidiscrimination laws and barred employers from refusing employment or otherwise discriminating against individuals on that basis - is unconstitutional.
Convenience store chain Circle K will pay $8 million to resolve allegations that it denied reasonable accommodations to pregnant employees and employees with disabilities as the result of a nationwide settlement with the EEOC.
While the case arose out of a prison discrimination lawsuit, the court's in-depth analysis of the ADA has clear implications for employers and is a big win for transgender individuals.
To ensure that workplace COVID testing does not violate the Americans with Disabilities Act, employers must consider the level of community transmission, the vaccination status of employees and other factors.
Using artificial intelligence and other software tools to make employment decisions may lead to disability discrimination in violation of the Americans with Disabilities Act, according to new guidance from the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.
According to recent guidance from the Department of Justice's (DOJ) Civil Rights Division, employees with opioid use disorder are protected against discrimination under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) unless they are currently engaging in illegal drug use.
An employee who experiences ongoing symptoms attributable to COVID-19 such as headaches, dizziness and brain fog may have a disability under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) said.
The EEOC claims that an employer discriminated by firing an employee with a disability for requesting a remote work arrangement in a lawsuit that is likely only the opening salvo on this issue.
People who continue to experience COVID symptoms months after first being infected may qualify as disabled under the ADA, according to new guidance from the Biden administration.
News: HR guidance on handling employees with disabilities under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). Support on the many regulations of the ADA.
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