Duty Overpowers Demand in Disability Discrimination Lawsuit 15:52, September 28, 2016

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Author: Steve Treagus

Jarydith Mannella was a grocery clerk at Kroger Company until an on-the-job accident caused a serious back injury. Kroger granted Mannella a two-year leave of absence. Mannella subsequently returned to work as a cashier, and requested Kroger to reasonably accommodate certain work restrictions her doctor had ordered. In an apparent attempt to determine whether Mannella could […]

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Are you confident that your employees know the value of your organization’s sensitive information and treat it with the requisite respect? Two recent employment law court cases with polar opposite consequences illustrate the need for data security vigilance and strong data protection measures to keep confidential information secure. Prison Breach Bernice Forrester, an employee of […]

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Z-Tech must have initially thought highly of Dorothy Buchhagen’s talents when the company agreed to employ the 67-year-old woman for $60.00 an hour to write and manage glossary entries of cancer terms for the National Cancer Institute (NCI). Z-Tech’s rate nearly doubled Buchhagen’s pay as compared with the rate her prior employer had paid for […]

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On April 4, 2016, the California Supreme Court issued its long-awaited interpretation of the California law requiring “suitable seats” for most employees. The “suitable seats” regulation has been in the California Wage Orders since at least 1980 (and can be traced back to a 1911 regulation requiring the mercantile industry to “provide suitable seats for […]

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