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  • Illegal Job Interview Questions You're Probably Asking Applicants
    Illegal Job Interview Questions You're Probably Asking Applicants

    As an interviewer for your business, it is your job to get to know potential new hires before offering them a position at your company. After all, in order to keep everyone happy and your business ...

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  • I Need More than 12 Weeks of FMLA Leave! What Do I Do?
    I Need More than 12 Weeks of FMLA Leave! What Do I Do?

    Employers in every state are required under the federal Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) to provide their employees the opportunity to take unpaid leave for medical, military, and ...

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  • Lawsuit Alleges Discrimination Based on Perceived Disability
    Lawsuit Alleges Discrimination Based on Perceived Disability

    Employment news reports that the federal government has filed a lawsuit against Amtrak alleging employment discrimination. According to the disability discrimination complaint filed by the Equal ...

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  • Failure to Allow Leave For Cancer Treatment May Violate the ADA
    Failure to Allow Leave For Cancer Treatment May Violate the ADA

    According to legal news, Dunkin Donuts has been sued for disability discrimination after it refused to provide medical leave to a woman suffering from cancer. In apparent violation of the law as ...

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  • Is Your Physical Presence at Work an Essential Job Function?
    Is Your Physical Presence at Work an Essential Job Function?

    The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and the Americans with Disabilities Act Amendments Act (ADAAA) protect certain qualified individuals with disabilities from discrimination at work. This means ...

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  • Is Attendance an Essential Function of Your Job?
    Is Attendance an Essential Function of Your Job?

    If you take a leave of absence from work because of a disability, do you know if you are entitled to return to your job? Your employment rights depend on a variety of factors, so it is always ...

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