Archive for March, 2014

Employers face new era of ADA compliance issues

A recent Fourth Circuit opinion and state laws like New Jersey’s new pregnancy accommodation statute highlight the new era of compliance issues facing employers dealing with worker medical situations. Accommodating issues of temporary disabilities and pregnancy-related impairments, and whether to provide leave or reduced job duties as accommodations lead the list of issues for 2014.  […]

 

Are E-Cigarettes A Reasonable Accommodation?

Much has been written in the last several weeks about the rise in popularity of electronic cigarettes (e-cigarettes).  States are proposing legislation to protect teens as well as prohibit use in public places.  But the answer to whether they are safe or not is not yet known.  With the rise in use, employers are already facing […]