The clinic’s management objected, explaining to her that given the nature of the pediatric practice and the reasonable desire of child patients and parents to see the face of the medical staff providers, it could not approve wearing of a full headpiece. [the company] to assume that since the plaintiff was a Muslim it was obvious that he could not touch pork.” 2007 U.
Management told the employee however, that it would consider what reasonable accommodations could be made to its dress code policy.
This fact sheet explores these costs and benefits and makes the business case for accommodating pregnant workers.
During pregnancy and postpartum, some women experience no, or very few, limitations.
However, complications resulting from pregnancy and childbirth, as well as conditions exacerbated by pregnancy and childbirth, may constitute impairments and may therefore be disabilities.