Virginia Shooting Spotlights Riddle of Workplace Safety

-NEW YORK TIMES, AUGUST 27, 2015, FEAT. PROF. JOSEPH SEINER:

Dealing with employees whose anger and aggression may be tied to psychiatric disorders poses special challenges. Under the Americans With Disabilities Act, employers must accommodate workers who have mental health issues as long as they are able to do their job, and employers can be sued for revealing medical information to a third party, said Joseph A. Seiner, an expert on employment issues and a professor at the University of South Carolina School of Law.

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