Willis Towers Watson Accommodated Employee Injured Throughout Coaching

Willis Towers Watson PLC has adequately housed a seasonal performance advisor who fell and injured during training while waiting about two weeks and resuming required learning, the Fifth Circle decided.

Christian Jennings was wrong about the company breaking the Americans with Disabilities Act by not allowing her to resume training immediately and moving a trainer to the first floor to compensate for her temporary walking disabilities, the court said. Workers were not entitled to their preferred accommodation under the ADA, only reasonable, it said.

Time out can be a reasonable place to stay …

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