Court upholds termination of employee unable to return after four months of disability leave

It is well established that employers are not required to provide an indefinite leave of absence to accommodate employees' disabilities. In the following case, the employer terminated the employee after she had been on leave for a little more than four months. But because it wasn't clear when the employee would be released to return to work, the court held that the employer didn't discriminate against her on the basis of her disability. Read More...