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Rapid change, flatter structures, and cross-functional duties mean that individuals today must assume greater

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Conducting Virtual Interviews

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Leading with Strengths

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The ADA: Applying the ADA During the Employment Relationship

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My employee showed up to work intoxicated. When we confronted him about his behavior, he admitted that he has a problem with alcohol and asked for leave to go to treatment. I know that leave for treatment can qualify for FMLA/OFLA leave and that it may also be a disability accommodation under the ADA. In this case, do we need to allow the employee to take leave, or can we terminate him for violating our drug and alcohol policy?

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