Employers often struggle with whether they can reasonably accomodate an employee or applicant’s disability. Sometimes, the employer decides that the disability can’t be accomodated but does not engage in the interactive reasonable accomodation process in reaching that decision.
Today’s post comes from Eric Meyer, an employment law attorney in Philadelphia. Click on the link to learn how an employer’s failure to properly engage in the reasonable accomodation process resulted in a very expensive lawsuit and what steps all employers should take as part of that process. http://www.theemployerhandbook.com/