Time & Attendance
By Jon Hyman
May. 28, 2015
Under the ADA, an employer can require all employees, including disabled employees, to meet minimum qualification standards. According to the EEOC’s Q&A on Applying Performance And Conduct Standards To Employees With Disabilities, “an employee with a disability must meet the same production standards, whether quantitative or qualitative, as a non-disabled employee in the same job,” and “lowering or changing a production standard because an employee cannot meet it due to a disability is not considered a reasonable accommodation.”
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