Many HR professionals and attorneys think the term "reasonable accommodation" in the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) is really a conflict of concepts. Accommodating an employee's disability often affects schedules, duties and staffing. So when is a request unreasonable? Last week, one court finally drew a line with an emplooyee who demanded "indefinite" leave ...
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