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Can my visual impairment be used to deny me a job in California?

Many individuals who haven't met a visually impaired person assume that they're unable to do most everything, especially since they cannot see. This is far from the case though. Individuals who are blind need only to be given some minor accommodations by an employer to be able to carry out their assigned job roles.

Will my disability prevent me from getting a job interview?

You're a college graduate. You're well qualified for a job in your field. You have a disability that isn't outwardly visible, but it likely could be a factor when you interview or take a test for a job. You're scared you won't be able to complete the interview process.

How does the Americans with Disabilities Act help?

Americans who have documented disabilities used to suffer from immense discrimination. Often, they were unable to find gainful employment and needed to rely on others – typically generous family members -- for their financial support and other needs. These days, the situation is dramatically different. Although there are many men and women with disabilities who still need to rely on others, there are countless more who make vital contributions to their communities through their employment.

Injuries at casinos can result in liability claims

Casinos are fast-paced environments that can bring excitement, entertainment and good fortune. In order to create an entertaining premises, casinos serve alcohol on the casino floor and often use lighting creatively. While most people visiting casinos report having a good experience whether they win or lose, unfortunately, some people report injuries as a result of hazards on the premises.

How can California laws protect you from discrimination?

If you are a worker in the state of California, it is important to know more about the laws that you are protected by. While you are protected by many federal laws, there are others that are specific to California. These laws include the Fair Employment and Housing Act (FEHA) that specifically protects people in California from discrimination in working environments.

What are some examples of workplace disability discrimination?

In all American states, including California, it is illegal to engage in disability discrimination in the work environment. Unfortunately, this type of behavior still exists in many workplaces. It might sound strange, but victims of workplace disability discrimination may not always recognize these behaviors, especially if they are subtle instead of overt.

Preventing disability discrimination in the workplace

Disability discrimination is a problem across the country even though there are laws in place against it. It can also be a problem in the workplace. The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) is responsible for enforcing the anti-discrimination laws put into place by the federal government. Here's how to prevent disability discrimination in the workplace in Sherman Oaks.

What protections do disabled Californians have in the workplace?

It takes all types to make an effective diverse workplace, and this includes people with physical disabilities. Disabled employees often contribute a fresh perspective to important work, bringing products and services to more people.

Asthmatic worker in California alleges disability discrimination

Employers owe it to the people making their business work to be in comfortable workplaces that serve their personal needs. This can go beyond ergonomic chairs and a working water cooler for many California offices, especially when they include workers with physical disabilities or other recognized conditions.

Disability discrimination goes beyond workplaces in California

Disability discrimination applies beyond workplaces and ensuring that all employees have fair and equal access to their business. Federal laws, supplemented by California statutes, protect the rights of physically disabled people to be equal customers, visitors and consumers of publicly available services.

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