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Court Says Employers Need Not Approve Multiple Leaves of Absence Where Employee Could Not Provide a Definite End Date to the Leave
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Mar. 30, 2018
"The court acknowledged that an individual who cannot perform the essential functions of her position may be qualified if she will be able to perform those functions at some definite point in the future, and if it would not pose an undue hardship on the employer to give the individual leave until that time arrives. In this case, however, there was no dispute that the employee was unable to perform the essential functions of her job when she requested the additional leave, nor did she provide the employer with a date by which she would be able to perform these functions." [Ruiz v. Paradigmworks Group, Inc., No. 16-2993 (S.D. Cal. Feb. 22, 2018)]

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