Just Posted: CMDA’s April On Law Newsletter

CMDA’s focuses on our employment and labor law group.

Patrick Sturdy discusses Public Act 152 of 2011 and outlines the “hard cap” and 80/20 options available to public employees.  

Elizabeth Rae-O’Donnell outlines a recent decision of the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals that ruled telecommuting may not be a reasonable accommodation under the ADA if an essential function of your employment is on-site attendance.

Sara Lowry explains how Michigan employers should have an understanding of the E-Verify program and the accompanying employer responsibilities and rights of their employees.

Lastly, as part of our “50 a Month” donation program, throughout April CMDA will be collecting items for the Dearborn Animal Shelter.