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New Mexico Employers Must Provide Reasonable Accommodations Related to Pregnancy and Childbirth

New Mexico’s recently enacted HB 25, known as the Pregnant Worker Accommodation Act, amends the New Mexico Human Rights Act to explicitly prohibit discrimination against workers because of pregnancy, childbirth, or a condition related to pregnancy or childbirth. The law goes into effect on May 20, 2020, which is 90 days after the state legislature … Continued

Finding Fault in Your No-Fault Attendance Policy

At Reed Group we’ve been talking about leave as an accommodation for years. We wrote a white paper on the topic when it became clear the EEOC would not issue long-awaited guidance on leave as an accommodation. Three years later we are still waiting for guidance, and the EEOC continues to find fault in employer … Continued