reassignment


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re·as·sign·ment

(rē-ă-sīn'mĕnt),
Redirection of attributes or properties; transfer of patients from one care provider or facility to another.
[re- + assignment]

re·as·sign·ment

(rēă-sīnmĕnt)
Redirection of attributes or properties; transfer of patients from one care provider or facility to another.
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A nonexhaustive list of possible accommodations is outlined in the ADA and includes "reassignment to a vacant position." (27) This accommodation has been surrounded by controversy over the years, resulting in a circuit split and a shift in Seventh Circuit jurisprudence.
(g) Hold a meeting with the patient and family members to discuss the results of the evaluation and, if transsexualism is the final diagnosis, to assess their attitudes about sex reassignment surgery.
mention reassignment at all, (17) and commentators have sometimes
Candidates for gender reassignment were referred to us for the operation from various centers.
Read more stories about this case on InsideCounsel: Labor: Lessons from the EEOC's aggressive pursuit of ADA cases Labor: Disabled employees have a leg up for reassignment to vacant positions in certain states ADA requires reassignment as a reasonable accommodation for disabled employees
Humiston-Keeling--a 2000 7th Circuit decision finding that although reassignment was a possible accommodation, the ADA did not require it--and the 7th Circuit's previous ruling in United Airlines in March.
Satori World Medical's Global Transgender Program[TM] has contracted with leading gender reassignment and feminization plastic surgeons around the world and in the U.S.
We discourage such cases because there is no genuine case being made out for gender reassignment," Dr Anjali Chhabria, clinical psychiatrist at Mindtemple Mumbai, said.
(1) Task reassignment: Some of the job tasks of current workers are reassigned to a new employee.
(2) In O'Donnabhain (3) the Tax Court has expanded the list of deductible medical expenses to include hormone therapy and sex reassignment expenses for the treatment of gender identity disorder (GID).
THERE have been no mass reassignments for vindictive, partisan or other reasons, except for purposes of interchangeability, Justice minister Ionas Nicolaou said on Wednesday.
Reasons the carrybacks were not processed within 45 days included multiple reassignments of cases within the IRS, improper priority codes assigned in the IRS's Correspondence Imaging System (CIS) (which is used to control and assign NOL cases to IRS employees), and failure to issue manual refunds when required, TIGTA said.