legally blind employee

The EEOC sued a Denver beverage distributor under the ADA, claiming that it eliminated a legally blind employee’s job as a driver’s helper, and refused to hire him as a night warehouse loader because it believed that he could not safely perform the functions of loading cases of liquor and kegs of beer into trucks.  

Our entry of June 29, 2010 reported on a staffing company (Spencer Reed) which entered into a “consent decree”  to settle a case filed by the EEOC under Title VII and the Age Discrimination in Employment Act (“ADEA”). On June 15, 2010, another staffing company similarly entered into a consent decree with the EEOC, in