The court rejected her claim, finding that she failed to sufficiently allege in her complaint that she suffered from a disability. According to the court, the ADA defines disability as a physical or mental impairment that substantially limits one or more major life activities, and "an employee under the ADA is not substantially limited if he or she can handle a 40-hour workweek but is incapable of performing overtime due to an impairment."
Entries for month: February 2014
GINA expressly prohibits employers from asking about genetic information, including family medical history. And an alleged violation of that provision was the basis of the EEOC’s first lawsuit claiming systemic discrimination in violation of GINA.
Article from: HR.blr.com
for being named Burnett's Support Person of the Year for 2013!
and Jeanie Pawelek, Corporate Receptionist.
Planning a career change can be exciting, but at the same time it takes more planning and preparation than most people realize... new job, new industry, new employer.
It’s a big deal!
by Chrissy Scivicque
Erica Coronado, one of Burnett’s interns, participated in the recent Kidney Walk. She raised over $1,500 assisted by her mother, Jane Coronado, who is our Controller. Erica was also chosen to be one of five people who will be on the Leadership Committee for the Houston walk. We are so proud to have Erica and Jane on our staff!
2014 HOUSTON WALK - National Kidney Foundation
Date: May 4, 2014
Time: Check-in time: 7:00 AM - Start time: 8:30 AM
Location: Discovery Green Park