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Browse through a collection of more than 100 articles and model forms in the MCIT Resource Library. Use the search tools to the left to narrow in on the appropriate resource.
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April 2019 | Article | Uploaded in:
Navigating all the legal obligations under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) while simultaneously trying to support an employee in crisis can be difficult, confusing and frustrating.
August 2018 | Article | Uploaded in:
Workers' compensation lost time benefits may be supplemented with accumulated benefits, such as sick or vacation paid time, but it requires the employer to issue a check for the accumulated benefits separate from the workers' compensation benefit check issued by MCIT.
July 2018 | Article | Uploaded in:
In 2014, the Women’s Economic Security Act (WESA) was signed into Minnesota state law. Among its many provisions, the law created Minnesota Statutes, Section 181.9414 related to pregnancy accommodation.
August 2017 | Article | Uploaded in:
How the FMLA applies to public employers and their employees is surprisingly complex.
June 2015 | Article | Uploaded in:
Comments from the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) suggest that employers should place an even stronger emphasis on engaging an injured employee in the ADA interactive process to assess whether the employee’s inability to perform his or her job can be reasonably accommodated as soon as the employee sustains a work-related injury as part of the return to work process.
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A “serious health condition” under the Family and Medical Leave Act may also constitute a disability under the Americans with Disabilities Act. This often creates complications and questions for employers about whether an employee has a right to additional leave outside of the FMLA as a reasonable accommodation under the ADA.