The Holidays Are Upon Us: Can an Employer Ask Employees Who Request Time Off or Another Accommodation for Religious Reasons about their Religion?
December 6, 2017
During the holiday season, employers may be faced with a variety of religion-related requests.
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Don’t Get Too Excited That The 7th Circuit Says Extended Medical Leave Is Not An ADA Reasonable Accommodation
September 29, 2017
Sometimes at Blog Central we ask ourselves, “Is it exhausting being right all the time?”  We always answer in the same way: “YES, and actually, it is being ‘correct’ all the time, not ‘right.’”
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Federal Appeals Court Affirms Six-Figure Jury Verdict in Pregnancy Discrimination Act Claim
September 19, 2017
A recent decision issued by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit serves as a cautionary tale for employers quick to deny employees’ requests for accommodations after returning from maternity leave.
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Fictional Mailbag & Dog Talk ~ A Guide Dog For A Visually Impaired Driver?
September 18, 2017
Today, The Bullard Edge is bringing a hat trick of popular features.  We are combining Dog Talk, our (fictional) mailbag, and our favorite cases remembered.
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Extraordinary Employee Excuses
August 31, 2017
I am often surprised (and highly amused) by the excuses offered by employees to justify their misconduct. And by the fact that they’re often willing to litigate over them! A recent example of this can be found in the case of Alamillo v. BNSF Railway Co.
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Nevada's New Domestic Violence Leave and Accommodation Laws
August 7, 2017
Senate Bill 361, passed by the Nevada Legislature and signed into law by Governor Sandoval, requires employers to provide leave and reasonable accommodations to employees who are victims of domestic violence or whose family or household members are victims of domestic violence.
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Does an Employer have to Transfer a Disabled Employee to an Alternate Position as Accommodation?
August 2, 2017
According to the First Circuit, which covers Massachusetts, an employer does not have to consider a transfer until the employee demonstrates that the position actually exists.
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Fictional Mailbag: Is An Employer-Provided Placebo A Reasonable Accommodation Or An ADA Violation?
July 26, 2017
The letters in the (fictional) mailbag never fail to surprise the staff at The Bullard Edge.  Today’s letter does not disappoint.  Tee Rickey, the HR Manager of a local company, asks a question about reasonable accommodation for an employee with a mental disability.
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New York City Proposes Right to “Ignore Your Boss” Law:

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Proposed Regulations Intended to Reduce Employer Healthcare Costs:

Apr 11

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