I found this post and links by fellow attorney-blogger, Philip K. Miles III of “Lawfice,” to be quite useful. I agree with his instruction … for your “Memorial Day reading.” Actually, while I love to read stuff like this in my off time, I truly hope that none of you will devote your Memorial Day time to reading this material unless (a) you have a craft beer or glass of wine in hand and (b) are sitting somewhere with your feet kicked up and the wind in your hair. On second thought… read them when you get back….
Wow, I can hardly keep up with all of these new EEOC publications. Here are the links:
- Cancer: Q&A on Cancer in the Workplace and the ADA
- Diabetes: Q&A on Diabetes in the Workplace and the ADA
- Epilepsy: Q&A on Epilepsy in the Workplace and the ADA
- Inetellectual Disabilities: Q&A on Intellectual Disabilities in the Workplace and the ADA
- GINA: What You Should Know: Q&A About Genetic Information Nondiscrimination Act (GINA) and Employment
- The Mental Health Provider’s Role in a Client’s Request for a Reasonable Accommodation at Work
In case you didn’t have any plans for the three-day Memorial Day weekend . . . .