interactive dialogue to explore reasonable accommodation

An Albuquerque nursing home was sued by the EEOC earlier this year for allegedly violating the ADA.  It has now agreed to settle for $145,000.   (Link: http://www.eeoc.gov/eeoc/newsroom/release/12-2-14a.cfm).

An employee with diabetes and a heart condition requested “a reasonable accommodation” – an eight-hour day instead of a longer one. Instead, the EEOC said, the company fired

Once again a medical/health services company must pay for (allegedly) violating the Americans With Disabilities Act.

Almost two years ago we wrote about a case filed by the EEOC against an Ohio medical transportation services company which, it was alleged, discriminated against an EMT-paramedic employee with multiple sclerosis.   When the employee requested additional leave for