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Employee won’t even try ADA accommodation? That ends your obligation

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in Employment Law,Human Resources

Here’s a bit of good news for employers that try to accommodate disabilities but whose efforts are rejected out of hand: When you offer what looks like a reasonable accommodation and an employee refuses to even try it, you are no ­longer obligated to retain her. A worker who rejects an offered accommodation is no longer covered by the ADA if she doesn’t even try it first.

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Sapience July 17, 2013 at 2:14 am

The Employers need to follow an open and a constructive approach to empower their employees.Ensuring safety and security to employees is important. Engage staff efficiently to achieve maximum output – Try Sapience


sareenawilliam76 July 16, 2013 at 3:08 pm

Here’s a bit of good news for employers that try to accommodate disabilities. http://ubuntustay.com/accommodation/Aliwal_North,_Eastern_Cape,_South_Africa#


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