October 2014 Archives

Who is an at-will employee in Louisiana?

Louisiana citizen often have jobs in order to earn some money. While there are other reasons that people work, their paycheck is often an important part of the equation. Without their job, many people couldn't afford to meet their basic needs. This is why a termination can be so devastating to many people. They are suddenly left without a way to support themselves or their families.

We can explain and protect your rights under the ADA

In a recent blog post, we explained that Louisiana employers have a duty to make reasonable accommodations for disabled employees under the Americans with Disabilities Act. As this post explained, the specific accommodations that are required under the ADA will depend on the specific circumstances of each case. However, generally employers must take steps that are necessary for a person to do a job as easily as a non-disabled worker.

Reasonable accommodations under the ADA

Federal laws prohibit certain kinds of discrimination in employment in order to ensure that people get equal opportunities in the workplace. One such law is the Americans with Disabilities Act. Under the ADA, employers cannot discriminate against an employee with a disability. Further, employers must provide reasonable accommodations for employees with disabilities.

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