interactive accommodation process

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

Yes — that’s what an EEOC attorney said upon the settlement for $75,000 of an ADA case it brought in California against Kaiser Permanente, the US’s largest managed care organization.
Continue Reading “One Would Expect A Medical Center, Of All Places, To Be Sensitive To An Employee With A Disability”

Must an employee who needs an accommodation (disability-related) actually request it?  Or must the employer be “clairvoyant” and infer such a request from the circumstances of the case?

Not an
Continue Reading “If You Don’t Ask, You DO Get” — Must An Employer Accommodate An Employee Even If She Does Not Ask For An Accommodation?