Stereotypical Assumptions About Disabilities

17282817_sIs the word “brainstorming” offensive as being disrespectful to people with epilespy?  At least in Australia?   That was the subject of a recent post based upon something told to us
Continue Reading Is “Brainstorming” Offensive To Those With Epilepsy? Is “Thought Showers” Better?

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
Continue Reading Jury Award To Blind Worker: “Employer Lacked Sufficient Knowledge Of The ADA”

Our readers know by now that under its Strategic Enforcement Plan (“SEP”) the EEOC is targeting harassment against “vulnerable workers,” such as migrant workers; disability discrimination fueled by

Continue Reading EEOC Wins One, Settles Two In Furtherance of Its “Strategic Enforcement Plan”