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Is a Chronically Absent Employee Entitled to an Accommodation That Would Result in More Absences?

Publisher: Employee Benefit Plan Review, Wolters Kluwer
November 20, 2019
Day Pitney Author(s) Glenn W. Dowd Howard Fetner

Glenn Dowd and Howard Fetner authored an article, "Is a Chronically Absent Employee Entitled to an Accommodation That Would Result in More Absences?," published in the October 2019 edition of Employee Benefit Plan Review, a Wolters Kluwer publication. The article discusses the Connecticut Appellate Court decision in Barbabosa v. Board of Education, a case involving an employee request for disability-related accommodations.


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