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.
A federal jury ordered Walmart to pay the steep award to a long-time sales associate who claimed her firing violated the ADA, though the cap on punitive damages will significantly reduce the amount.
A new EEOC guidance states that employees who are using opioids, are addicted to opioids, or were addicted to them in the past may be entitled to reasonable accommodations under the ADA.
The EEOC published 10 new coronavirus-themed FAQs covering reasonable accommodations under the Americans with Disabilities Act, harassment and return to work.
A pair of West Coast assisted living companies and their affiliates have agreed to pay $2 million to settle an EEOC lawsuit that claimed they failed to engage in an interactive process under the Americans with Disabilities Act.
The 7th Circuit Court of Appeals has ruled that under certain circumstances a demotion can qualify as a reasonable accommodation under the Americans with Disabilities Act.
A federal jury has awarded $5.2 million to a former Walmart employee with multiple disabilities for the company's refusal to restore a long-standing reasonable accommodation under the ADA.
News: Employer considerations once an employee or applicant requests a reasonable accommodation. ADA help for the HR professional.
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