Friday, August 15, 2014

Reasonable Accommodation: DC Circuit Reminds Employers That Case-by-Case Approach Required

The DC Circuit issued a decision today reminding employers that in determining whether an accommodation is "reasonable" under the ADA, past practice is important.  Even an accommodation that appears unreasonable on its face, such as a so-called "maxi flex" schedule, may be deemed reasonable if the employer lived with it in the past.

The decision is here

--Jonathan Nadler

--Jon Nadler

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