Under Ohio and Federal laws, discriminating against persons with disabilities is prohibited in the workplace. These laws provide persons with disabilities in Delaware equal opportunities for getting hired and being advanced in ther respective professions. It also requires that employers provide reasonable accommodations to enable all persons to perform their job properly.
Ohio Employment for the Disabled
Discrimination against disabled individuals is illegal under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), whether the employer is the government or a private citizen. When making decisions regarding hiring, job assignment, or promotions, employers in Ohio cannot consider a person's disability.
Besides treating them equally, Delaware employers must also provide disabled workers with any specific equipment needed for work, according to reasonable costs. Additionally, the ADA makes it illegal to discriminate against someone based on their relationship to persons who have a disability requiring special needs.
When do I need an Attorney in Delaware?
Delaware has many lawyers specializing in employment law and persons with disabilities. Consulting with an attorney may help you decide how to proceed when difficulties arise.