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EEOC Guidelines on Unpaid Leave Complicate Matters for Employers

By on August 30, 2016 in EEOC with 0 Comments

The new EEOC Guidance issued on May 9, 2016 upsets many of the assumptions employers routinely make in regard to leaves of absence.  The EEOC states, “An employer must consider providing unpaid leave to an employee with a disability as a reasonable accommodation if the employee requires it, and so long as it does not […]

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Court Finds That Severe Neck Pathology Was Not Due To Occupational Activities But Rather To The Natural Aging Process

By on June 28, 2016 in Claims, Uncategorized with 0 Comments

Lois Scafuri filed three workers’ compensation claims alleging occupational exposures as a sales assistant caused her severe neck pathology.  She worked at the Short Hills Mall for two employers: Sisley Cosmetics and Neiman Marcus Group.  She later worked for Bloomingdale’s/Macy’s in the same capacity.  All three employers denied her claims asserting that her neck pathology […]

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Part-Time Worker Receives Total Disability Award And Reconstructed Wage

By on October 11, 2011 in Uncategorized with 1 Comment

Rommel Calle worked part-time for DaJana Industries from November 2004 to March 2005.  During the other months of the year he did work as a laborer for several other employers.  On March 8, 2005 Calle injured his back when he fell while pulling a hand truck loaded with 50 bags, each bag weighing about 50 […]

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