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The Right to Reasonable Notice for Special Requests

The FMLA, the ADA, USERRA, and Religious Accommodations
  • Jonathan T. Hyman

Abstract

There is perhaps no issue that confounds employers more than employee leaves of absence and accommodations for other special requests. Myriad laws exist that grant employees rights to leaves and other accommodations.

Keywords

Equal Employment Opportunity Commission Special Request Reasonable Accommodation Religious Discrimination Medical Leave 
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