Under Ohio and Federal laws, discriminating against individuals with disabilities is prohibited in the workplace. These laws provide persons with disabilities in Ontario equal opportunities for getting hired and being advanced in ther respective professions. Disability laws also require employers to include reasonable accomodations in order that disabled people may correctly perform their job.
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 agency. An employer in Ohio might not consider someone's disability when they make the decision to hire that person, their job assignments or whether they might advance in their position.
If the costs are reasonable, workers with disabilities are entitled to any special equipment required for work from their employers. This is on top of the requirement to provide equal treatment. In addition,discriminating against a citizen because of their relation to a disabled individual is prohibited by this act.
When do I need an Attorney in Ontario?
In Ontario there are various lawyers who specialize in the laws regulating employment and disabilities law. Lawyers are available for consultation to help you decide your next step should any difficulties emerge.