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Simple Leave of Absence Situation Leads to an Employee Discrimination Claim in California

A federal jury sided with Chipotle Mexican Grill last in a case involving disability discrimination claims by former assistant store manager, Lucia Cortez. Ms. Cortez alleged she suffered a miscarriage at work after years of trying to get pregnant, fell…

Legal Termination of an Employee Worker Impaired by Prescription Drugs

A former employee with WellStar Health System failed to demonstrate to a federal appeals court that she was terminated from her job based on a disability instead of her admission that she reported to work impaired by prescription drugs. The…

Disciplining employees for absenteeism: 8 do’s and don’ts

Employers have heard all the excuses. My alarm didn’t go off. My car broke down. My babysitter didn’t show up. I have a terrible cold. Though sometimes those excuses for being absent or late ring true, chronic absenteeism and tardiness…

Employers May Insist on Compliance with Medical Restrictions

As reported in Lexology (www.lexology.com) by Shawe Rosenthal Law Firm on December 28, 2018, courts have upheld that employers are not required to allow an employee to work in violation of medical restrictions imposed by a doctor even if the…

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