Holding Employers Accountable For Medical (FMLA) And Disability (ADA) Discrimination
At Law Office of Elliot S. Isaac, P.C., we understand how difficult it can be to stand up for your rights in the workplace. Our firm is committed to providing compassionate legal advocacy in all types of employment law matters, including those involving the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) and the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) discrimination, to clients in Phoenix and the area communities. If you have been discriminated against, our firm and founding attorney, Elliot S. Isaac, are ready to go to work for you.
What To Know About The FMLA, ADA, And Arizona Paid Sick Time Law
- FMLA: The Family and Medical Leave Act was enacted to protect employees who encounter family or medical situations that take them away from their job. According to the law, a qualifying employee is provided with unpaid leave for up to 12 weeks each year. The leave would be due to many specified reasons, including serious health issues or caring for a sick family member. While an employee is out on approved leave, the employer is expected to maintain the employee’s health insurance. The employer is also expected to return the employee to a job position that is the same or equivalent to the one they held when they started their leave.
- ADA: The Americans with Disabilities Act is also a federal law. This law was designed to protect people with disabilities, preserving their rights in the workplace and helping to remove obstacles that may prevent them from being gainfully employed and earning a living. Numerous disabilities and medical conditions are covered by this act and employers who take action against protected individuals are in violation of the law.
- Arizona Paid Sick Time: The Fair Wages and Healthy Families Act mandates that Arizona employers grant paid sick time to their employees. If an employer does not comply with the regulations under this act, including granting the amount of sick time mandated by law, an employee has the right to pursue justice.