undue hardship


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undue hardship

Social medicine A term used in the context of the ADA, in which an employer may claim that the accommodations required to comply with the ADA are financially unviable and represent an undue hardship. See Americans with Disabilities Act, Environmental tobacco smoke. Cf Universal design.
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The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission ("EEOC") has provided some additional direction on the undue hardship provision.
The court held that forcing Walgreen to guarantee that Patterson would never have to work on Saturdays posed an undue hardship on the corporation.
The MHRA says it is an unfair employment practice not to make reasonable accommodation to the known disability of a qualified disabled person, unless that would impose undue hardship.
"Ultimately, undue hardship is decided on a case-by-case basis and depends on various factors including the employee's needs and the employer's size, financial resources and types of operations."
The process should form a discussion that explores the employee's work challenges and how those issues can be resolved without placing an undue hardship on the employer.
Residents of Mirpurkhas are facing undue hardship due to prolonged and unannounced load-shedding.
14, 2017, she filed this adversary proceeding seeking a determination that repayment of her student loan debt is an undue hardship and, thus, her student loans should be discharged.
Such alleged conduct violates the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), which requires employers to provide reasonable accommodations to qualified individuals with a disability unless doing so would be an undue hardship. The EEOC filed suit in U.S.
He said that Mrs Waggott will not suffer 'undue hardship' - and can get a job if she needs more money.
Section 523(a)(8) allows a debtor to discharge student loan obligations if the debtor demonstrates that remaining liable for the loan will "impose an undue hardship on the debtor and the debtor's dependents." (86)
Although a lofty threshold, if outstanding student-loan debt would present the debtor with undue hardship after filing for bankruptcy, a bankruptcy court may discharge the debt.
It requires employers to provide disabled employees or applicants for employment with reasonable accommodations unless doing so would cause an undue hardship.