Archive for July, 2011

So You Want A Bigger Office? Showing Complaining Employee the Door Is Costly

The newest in what is expected to be a long line of new cases to be filed under the revised ADA is the “cubicle case.” A worker at the University Medical Center in Nevada was fired for being unable to perform her job after she complained that her confined workspace caused her psychological distress due […]


Get Ready For E-Verify

Increasingly, states have become lightning rods for controversial employment issues. Last winter, Wisconsin became a battleground over public employee unions.  Then Arizona attracted national attention when it adopted strict laws aimed at addressing the illegal immigration issue. These internal battles may seem relevant only to the state in which they occur. Not so now after […]