Vague Guidelines Allow Discrimination Creep
The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) requires that employers make “reasonable accommodations” for employees or potential employees with physical or mental disabilities. However, the act stops short of saying exactly what those “reasonable accommodations” might be. This lack of clarity, while perhaps well-intentioned, leaves the door open for potential discriminatory employment practices that can leave otherwise-qualified people with disabilities in the lurch. If you suspect that you may have been discriminated against in the workplace based on disability factors beyond your control, you may have grounds for a lawsuit. Nationwide disability discrimination lawyer
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Finding The Bright Line In A Murky Law
While the law is unclear about what constitutes “reasonable accommodation,” there are areas of the ADA that are less up for debate. For example, an employer cannot use your disability as a reason to discriminate in matters of:
The job market can be tough enough without a disability. But if you sense that an employer may be brushing you off for reasons that have nothing to do with your ability to do the job,
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