Topic: sick leave

Could Your Employee Leave Policies Get You Into Trouble?

“In EEOC v.Dillard’s Inc., the Court held that Dillard’s attendance policy violated the federal Americans with Disabilities Act because it required any health-related absence to be supported by a doctor’s note stating ‘the nature of the absence (such as migraine, high blood pressure, etc…).’” (Employers Generally Cannot Require Reasons for Sick Leave by White &… Read more »

Leave Policies: Requiring Medical Justification for Absences May Violate the ADA

Thanks to a recent Federal Court ruling, leave policies that require written justification from an employee’s doctor in support of an absence may soon become a thing of the past, writes international law firm White & Case: “In EEOC v.Dillard’s Inc., the Court held that Dillard’s attendance policy violated the federal Americans with Disabilities Act… Read more »