The Disabled Workforce: Requests for a “Boss-ectomy”

Jai Hooker@Work

Requests for a “Boss-ectomy” Evaluating Accommodations with Supervisor Restrictions

By Rachel Shaw, Principal Consultant, Founder, Shaw HR Consulting

Psychological issues related to an employee’s ability to work with a certain person or supervisor can represent a true disability. It may entitle an employee to leave or accommodations covered under the federal Family and Medical Leave Act.

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