Return-to-Work Agreements

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?The Government is in the process of rolling out a new occupational health (OH) assessment service which should be in place nationwide by the end of the year. This new service has come about as a response to an independent...more

Examining Return-To-Work Issues Under The FMLA

I frequently receive calls from clients involving an employee who is about to use up all of his medical leave, but who has little chance of returning to work — either at the end of his 12-week Family and Medical Leave Act...more

Absolute "Return To Work" Deadline An Absolute Headache For Employer In ADA Lawsuit Against The EEOC

A federal judge in Chicago recently ruled that the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) can pursue its class-wide claim challenging an employer's policy of discharging employees who can't return to work after a...more

Last Call! Third Circuit Court Of Appeals Rules That Employer Can Terminate Employee For Violating Strict No Alcohol Return To...

The Third Circuit Court of Appeals recently issued a decision holding that an employer's termination of an employee for violating a very broad and restrictive return to work agreement (RWA), which prohibited the employee from...more

RWAs Can Help Manage Alcoholic Employees

Although alcoholism is a disability under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), employers may terminate employees who violate agreements to get sober. A U.S. court of appeals recently reaffirmed this principle, ruling in...more

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