Month: November 2016

Does An Employer Have A Duty To Accommodate An Employee Based On The Disability Of His Family Members?

Posted on November 1, 2016

There is no question that under federal and California employment laws, employers are prohibited from discriminating against employees with disabilities.  In fact, employers have an affirmative obligation to take reasonable steps to accommodate the needs of an employee with a disability so that the disabled employee can do his job. The law has been less clear when it comes to an employer’s obligations arising out of the disability of someone who is … Read More

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