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The DOL’s Office of Disability Employment Policy (ODEP) has created a new Workforce Recruitment Program, described as a “resource for employers seeking a diverse workforce that includes employees with disabilities.” What is it? According to ODEP’s press release, the WRP is a “database of nearly 3,000 ready-for-hire candidates with disabilities.” Here’s the official description: The …

EEOC Issues New ADA Guidance

The EEOC has published a new Q&A to clarify when requiring a high school diploma violates the ADA. Discussion Letter In November 2011, the EEOC issued a discussion letter on this topic. The Q&A is in response to “significant commentary and conjecture about the meaning and scope of the letter.” The letter stated that if …

20 Million Reasons to Accommodate Disabilities

Today, the EEOC announced yet another record-breaking settlement. A large telecommunications company agreed to pay $20 million to settle a nationwide disability discrimination class action. Background As discussed previously here and here on the Blawg, the EEOC is openly targeting inflexible leave policies. Leave can constitute a reasonable accommodation under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) …

ADA Leave Debate Continues

As discussed here on the Blawg, earlier this week the EEOC held a public meeting to “examine the use of leave as a reasonable accommodation.” So, what happened? Here are the highlights . . . The Issue Leave can constitute a reasonable accommodation under the Americans with Disabilities Act as long as it doesn’t impose …

EEOC Looking at Leave

This Wednesday (June 8), the EEOC will hold a public meeting to “examine the use of leave as a reasonable accommodation.” Leave can constitute a reasonable accommodation under the Americans with Disabilities Act as long as it doesn’t impose undue hardship. That’s exactly the rub. Employer advocates often take the position that indefinite leave is …

Know the ADAAA

Do you know the ADAAA?  Click here for our cheat sheet. Surprisingly few people are talking about the final rule recently issued by the EEOC implementing the ADAAA. Here are the highlights. What employers are covered? Those with 15 or more employees. Effective date. 60 days after the publication of the regulations on March 25. …

Answer to Question of the Week

Thanks to the 582 of you who voted on last week’s question. Here are the results . . . An employee comes into your office at 4:58 on a Friday afternoon and informs you that he suffers from multiple medical conditions, including “work-induced narcolepsy,” “spontaneous combustion syndrome” and “episodic cubicle-confinement hyper-grumpiness.” He demands several accommodations, …

How To Get Sued

One of the best ways to stay out of court is to (1) keep tabs on what sorts of things the EEOC is suing employers for and then (2) don’t do those things. The EEOC announced a whopping 38 new lawsuits this past week. If you’d like to spend more time with lawyers, judges and …

Medical Leave: What Employers Need to Know (Part 2)

In our most recent Question of the Week, we asked you to identify your #1 employment law headache. Your top answer? Medical leave. We’re here to help. Last week, we updated you here on all the recent FMLA changes. Now, here’s a handy summary of recent changes to the ADA via the ADA Amendments Act (ADAAA): …

EEOC Publishes Caregiver Best Practices

The EEOC has published its new Employer Best Practices For Workers With Caregiving Responsibilities. Here are the highlights. Background The document provides “suggestions for best practices that employers may adopt to reduce the chance of EEO violations against caregivers, and to remove barriers against equal employment opportunity.” “Caregiver” is defined generally as those who care …