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What ‘reasonable accommodations’ must employers provide?

The Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 protects people with physical and mental disabilities throughout all phases of the employment process — from recruitment, to hiring, to pay and opportunities on the job, to firing. However, as many…

Workers’ comp gets tricky when injuries occur during break time

In the state of California, workers are entitled to benefits, including medical expenses and lost wages, if they are injured while working. To many individuals, this seems pretty straightforward—something that should not cause much contention or dispute. Unfortunately, it…

What is a workers’ compensation P&S report?

At a certain point in an injured workers’ “road to recovery” following an injury, he or she will reach a stationary point of improvement. Hopefully, by this time, the worker has achieved a complete recovery, but in some…

When is termination not wrongful?

Getting let go from the workplace is hurtful, and it’s natural to feel like an employer did you a disservice if you are laid off or fired. Many people talk about wrongful termination within the few days following…

Routine documents spark additional filings in discrimination case

In an ongoing case between a former principal and a California school district, new allegations have been added to the suit after a document indicated that the principal had been terminated. The case originated from claims about pregnancy…

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