Accommodation for Hearing Impairment

The EEOC “must be licking its chops,” we said in our post on June 14th.  Why?

 licking its chops : Cat licking its chops

It achieved a PR coup in the form of a new lawsuit against a
Continue Reading Citing “Hypocrisy“ Of The “Disability Network” For Firing Deaf Employee, EEOC Settles Lawsuit

The human body is a frail vessel, prone to defects, injuries, and limitations.  Nonetheless, employers must negotiate the thicket of illnesses, injuries, and all manner of medical conditions which their
Continue Reading Back From Painful Ear Surgery, Receptionist Who Asked To Use A Phone Handset Placed On Her Temple Is Fired

The EEOC has just sued a California branch of a national non-profit organization, Placer ARC, for refusing to accommodate a hearing-impaired employee by providing an American Sign Language interpreter – which

Continue Reading Company Whose Motto is “Making the Difference for Individuals with Special Needs” Refuses To Accommodate Deaf Employee