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Worker Denied Flexible Schedule as Accommodation May Pursue Claim
An employee who was denied the ability to work a flexible work schedule as a reasonable accommodation for her disability may proceed to trial on her claims, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit ruled.

 

                                                                                                      
 

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The California Employment Law e-newsletter is a monthly e-newsletter that provides the top California employment law news, including updates on state and federal court decisions and analysis of state legislation and regulations.

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Stereotypes and Fears
Brenda Kasper, Attorney Partner at Paul, Plevin, Sullivan & Connaughton LLC, states that stereotypes and fears about mental disabilities often result in unlawful employer conduct.
 

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A Crash Course in Canadian Employment Law
In this April 24, 2013 primer on Canadian employment practices, Kathryn Benson, MIRHR, and Stacy Glass, CHRP, will provide a clear understanding of Canadian employment laws and practices.
 

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Workflex: The Essential Guide to Effective and Flexible Workplaces

This guide includes research, legal, and experience-based perspectives and in-depth case studies of workplace flexibility as well the tools and techniques needed to translate those perspectives into action.