prosthetic leg as a disability

Readers may recall that on December 4, 2012 we reported that a staffing agency, Staffmark, sent a woman with a prosthetic leg to work as a temporary SONY employee in an Illinois facility which packages and/or inspects Sony products that are being shipped out. After two days she was told by Staffmark that she would

Employers should embrace this mantra – “Beauty Lies In Diversity,” and not run from it.  It may sound “politically correct,” which to some is anathema, but it will prevent many claims of discrimination, and as studies tell us, it is good for business!

On July 29, 2011, we reported on an Oklahoma jury which awarded

A staffing agency, Staffmark, sent a woman with a prosthetic leg to work as a temporary SONY employee in an Illinois facility which packages and/or inspects Sony products that are being shipped out. After two days she was told by Staffmark that she would be removed from her job and reassigned “because they did not