"Refusing to hire a qualified job applicant with epilepsy, long controlled by medication, defies logic and violates the law if an employer does not determine, after performing an individualized assessment of the applicant, that the applicant is a threat to the health and safety of himself or others," said EEOC attorney Barbara A. Seely
"It is illegal for a company to refuse to employ a disabled person while assuming the person cannot perform the job," said Barbara A. Seely, regional attorney at the EEOC
"Refusing to hire a qualified job applicant because his religious beliefs do not comport with those of the employer's leadership is illegal, even if the for-profit company purports to have a religious mission or purpose," said Barbara A. Seely, regional attorney of the EEOC's St. Louis District Office.
"Sexual harassment is unacceptable and illegal whether it is engaged in by a supervisor of the opposite sex or the same sex," said Barbara A. Seely, regional attorney of the EEOC's St. Louis District Office.
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