Tag Archives: Accommodations

Five Tips For Handling Tricky Religious Accommodations

Steven T. Collis by Steven T. Collis When an employee’s religious beliefs conflict with a workplace policy, you need to consider whether a reasonable accommodation can be made, without creating an undue hardship. Many times, these religious accommodations present challenging … Continue reading

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New York City Enacts New “Cooperative Dialogue” Requirements for Workplace Accommodations

Several recent New York City human rights law amendments in the past year have steadily increased worker protections applicable to New York City employers. As is no surprise, the mayor’s office recently adopted yet another new amendment passed by the … Continue reading

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Accommodations for Disability-Caused Misconduct

The Americans with Disabilities Act protects individuals with disabilities from adverse employment action. The recent amendments to the ADA expanded the scope of disability, making it more likely that people can and will be considered disabled for the purposes of … Continue reading

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