Handling Employees With Medical Issues
Employers know they must reasonably accommodate qualified employees who have disabilities, but what’s an employer to do when an employee’s medical condition or treatment protocol presents serious safety concerns? The company must tread lightly and be prepared to gather accurate information and document its good faith efforts to work with the employee to identify possible solutions. Stuart PC’s August 2013 newsletter details the EEOC ‘s interpretation of applicable standards and outlines steps employers should take to reduce the risk of claims. Click here for a copy.