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I am currently on long term disability, but it is anticipated that I will be able to return to work within 18 months or so. My employer has decided to terminate me because they don't agree my projected return date is plausible for a reasonable accomodation. They state that ADA law regarding job accomodation is specific to my actual position in the company, although I was originally told accomodation is for simply holding your position as an employee in a job of the same general pay grade and responsibility. The company agrees there are no other factors to the termination such as performance issues, disciplinary issues, etc. It is soley based on disabilty, which though classified as long term, is still temporary. Can I be terminated as outlined based on ADA and CA. labor law?
Employment Employee benefits Disability discrimination in the workplace Employee protection laws Reasonable accommodation of employees FMLA (Family and Medical Leave Act) and employees Sick leave and work hours Termination of employment Wrongful termination of employment Disability discrimination