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    The often overlooked process of writing job descriptions, if done correctly, can prove to be a significant asset for employers. By contrast, outdated job descriptions can open you up to significant liability. When was the last time you reviewed your company's job descriptions? Are your job descriptions an asset or a liability for your company? It's time to put more thought into your job descriptions.
  • Suppose an employee returns to work after an injury or illness, but because of a medical or psychological condition, he can no longer perform the essential functions of his job. The employee points out another job at your company for which he is qualified and requests a transfer. Must you reassign him as a reasonable accommodation under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)?
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    By Susan Prince, JD, M.S.L., Legal Editor With government shutdowns periodically looming, hundreds of thousands of federal employees face losing work time and pay. When Congress fails to appropriate funds during the budget process, nonessential federal programs and agencies close and many workers are furloughed. In such a situation, there are a number of different pay scenarios and categories of employees.
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