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HRM CA | 20 Feb 2015, 08:00 AM Agree 0
We’ve seen our fair share of outlandish lawsuits but a recent case in West Virginia left us a little more than wide-eyed…
  • Mike | 20 Feb 2015, 11:48 AM Agree 0
    Seems the jury missed the instructions on what constitutes the interactive accommodation process and "reasonable accommodation". Based on the information in the story, the employer seems to have gone even beyond this in trying to deal with the employee. I guess it was a slow week at the EEOC when they picked this one up.

    It also makes me wonder how comfortable his coworkers were in working with a guy who believes in monsters and their ability to infiltrate optical readers. Over the years, I've had more than one employee bring forward concerns that their coworker had mental problems. Yikes!
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