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Dubious request for ADA accommodation? Be prepared to document rationale for denial

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What should you do if an employee produces a health care professional’s diagnosis of stress, anxiety and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), along with a recommendation to reassign the employee? Do you accept that the employee is disabled and consider the reassignment as a reasonable accommodation?

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aviation dept chicago September 11, 2013 at 5:06 am

Apparently, City of Chicago’s “Disability Officer”, Jennifer Smith, never learned to read or do her homework on caselaws governing her abritratrary distribution of reasonable accommodations. Jennifer Smith recently gave reasonable accommodations to a dayshift aviation police officer due to the “disability” that this officer does not get along with anyone and prefers to work with only her friends. nice gig

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