Blog# 4232020EEOC-Chicago

Heidi Macomber reads the 4/23/20 EEOC Chicago District Office new bulletin re IDEC Corp to Pay $275K to settle EEOC Disability Discrimination Lawsuit

Illinois Manufacturer Unlawfully Fired Employee It Regarded as Disabled, Federal Agency Charged

IDEC Corporation, a worldwide industrial device manufacturer, agreed to a 2 1/2 year consent decree and will pay $275,000 to a former employee’s estate and attorney. IDEC must train its East Dundee employees on the ADA’s protections and report to the EEOC all future complaints of disability discrimination as well as requests by employees for workplace accommodation of disabilities that IDEC denies.

The EEOC filed suit in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Illinois in Chicago (EEOC v. IDEC Corp., Civil Action No. 18-cv-4168) in June 2018.


EEOC 4/23/2020 news bulletin – Chicago District Office

Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)

Notice of Rights Under the ADA Amendments Act

See C. The Interactive Process (opens in a new tab)>Procedures For Providing Reasonable Accommodation For Individuals With Disabilities – Part IV > C. The Interactive Process

Facts About the Americans with Disabilities Act

The ADA: Questions and Answers

The ADA: Your Responsibilities as an Employer

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