Reassignment Under the ADA:

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Must an Employer Hire a Minimally Qualified Employee Over a More Qualified, Non-Disable Applicant?
By: Amy R. Stein

The Americans With Disabilities Act was put into place in order to address the major areas of discrimination faced daily by people with disabilities. Congress found that historically society had tended to isolate and discriminate against people with disabilities, and therefore, passed the ADA with the purpose of eliminating such discrimination. Under the ADA, employers are prohibited from discrimination against a disabled employee in any personnel decisions and must provide reasonable accommodations to disabled employees. “Reasonable accommodations” include job restructuring, modified work schedules, reassignment to a vacant position, and appropriate adjustment or modifications of examinations.

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Reassignment Under the ADA:

2009, Labor Law, Legal Education, Legal Research Guides admin

Must an Employer Hire a Minimally Qualified Employee Over a More Qualified, Non-Disabled Applicant?
By Amy R. Stein

The Americans with Disabilities Act was put into place in order to address the major areas of discrimination faced day-to-day by people with disabilities. In passing the ADA, Congress found that historically society had tended to isolate and discriminate against people with disabilities. Amy Stein has prepared this guide to lead researchers through the process of determining the state of law today and to examine different judicial approaches to this unsettled debate. This guide provides the user with citations to and summaries of the leading primary and secondary materials to research this topic thoroughly.

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Reassignment Under the ADA

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Must an Employer Hire a Minimally Qualified Disabled Employee Over a More Qualified Applicant?
A Legal Research Guide
By: Amy R. Stein

The Americans with Disabilities Act was put into place in order to address the major areas of discrimination faced day-to-day by people with disabilities. In passing the ADA, Congress found that historically society had tended to isolate and discriminate against people with disabilities. Congress passed the ADA with the purpose of eliminating discrimination against the disabled. Amy Stein has prepared this guide to lead researchers through the process of determining the state of law today and to examine different judicial approaches to this unsettled debate. This guide provides the user with citations to and summaries of the leading primary and secondary materials to research this topic thoroughly.

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Illegal Sex Discrimination or Permissible Customer Preference? Refusal to Hire and Employ Male Gynecologists:

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A Legal Research Guide
By Amy R. Stein

This new publication from Hein is the latest title in the Legal Research Guide Series. Professor Amy Stein provides researchers with a starting point to help determine when the occupational qualification exception may be evoked and under what circumstances it may be defeated. This guide provides the user with citations to and summaries of the leading primary and secondary materials needed to research this topic thoroughly.

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Published: Buffalo; William S. Hein & Co., Inc.; 2007

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