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Telecommuting as a Reasonable Accommodation

August 20, 2014

via the Carlock Copeland Your EPL Lawyer blog

The Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals’ recent decision in EEOC v. Ford Motor Company has spurred a discussion of whether telecommuting as a reasonable accommodation in ADA cases is about to become the norm rather than the exception.  While the concept is not a new one, the opinion seems to open the door for employees to cite advances of technology as a reason telecommuting is a reasonable alternative to a physical presence in the workplace.

Read more on the Your EPL Lawyer blog.

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