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Sixth Circuit Sides With Management in Dispute Over Employee’s Request to Telecommute

In a potentially important decision over workplace accommodations in an environment when telecommuting is more common, the Sixth Circuit ruled on April 10 that an employer does not need to permit an employee to work from home when an essential aspect of the employee’s position requires being in the office. 

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TAGS: Accommodation, Americans with Disabilities Act, EEOC, Sixth Circuit, Telecommuting, Workplace Accommodations

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