Earlier this month, a temporary worker was found not to have been discriminated against under the Americans with Disabilities Act for her breast cancer diagnosis. But when a temporary worker does need a reasonable accommodation under the ADA, which entity is responsible? The National Law Review discusses the issue.
ADA: Accommodating contingents
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