It remains a mystery how a company whose purpose is to help those with disabilities can turn around and fail to accommodate disabled employees.  We asked on September 28, 2012, “Can it be that they know their business well enough but do not know the law?”


We were reminded of this when we learned that the Regional Mental Health Center in Indiana, which operates more than a dozen facilities that offer emergency mental health services, mental illness treatment and alcohol treatment has just settled an EEOC lawsuit for $200,000 in which the EEOC accused it of firing an employee who requested leave for breast cancer treatment.



The EEOC must be targeting healthcare facilities as being easy marks for such blatant disability discrimination.