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Is Working From Home A Reasonable Accommodation?

As previously noted here, employers are required to provide qualified individuals who have a disability with a reasonable accommodation absent an undue hardship.  Whether working from home is a reasonable accommodation is a fact intensive analysis that should be conducted for each circumstance. Earlier this week, a Michigan federal court dismissed the EEOC’s case against … Continue Reading

The Benefits of Telecommuting Are Not Without Concern

A growing trend among employers today includes requests for non-traditional work arrangements.  One of those being “telecommuting”, where employees are permitted to work from remote sites, including home; using mobile telecommunications technology.  In fact, studies show that as many as 30 million Americans work from home at least one day per week.  Gas prices and … Continue Reading