6th Circuit Holds it is Unreasonable to Keep a Job Open Indefinitely

John GarnerCompliance, Resources

The Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals has held that it was an unreasonable accommodation to keep a job open for an employee with no clear prospects of recovery. In the case Aston v. Tapco International Corporation, Walter Aston was denied reasonable accommodation on the basis that it would put undue hardship on his employer.

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