Under the state’s workers’ compensation law, Pennsylvania employees have 120 days to report workplace injuries to their employers. But employers are free to require more immediate reports. Firing the employee for breaking a timely accident reporting rule doesn’t violate the law.
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Disabled employees who need reasonable accommodations are entitled to what the ADA calls the interactive reasonable accommodations process. What exactly that means varies by the individual and may change over time. Employers that consider the interactive process as a one-time thing may end up in court.