Employers that engage independent contractors sometimes require them to sign an agreement stipulating that any disputes over the contract must be settled through arbitration, not in court. However, having such an agreement doesn’t mean a court can’t decide whether those workers are, in fact, independent contractors or employees.
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While the California Fair Employment and Housing Act (FEHA) requires employers to reasonably accommodate disabled employees, there are limits. One involves the permanent reassignment of essential functions to other employees.
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