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ADA Alert: Wal-Mart Decision to Jettison Greeter Jobs for More Demanding Positions May Have Broad Repercussions

By ADA, Best Practices, Employment Law, Harassment and Discrimination, Worker Disability

In March of this year, Wal-Mart made headlines when it announced more reductions in its “Greeter” position as part of an ongoing phase-out of Greeters in favor of “Customer Hosts,” whose positions are more physically demanding. Walmart told Greeters across the country that their positions would be eliminated. They were invited to reapply as Customer Hosts, a role that requires employees to be able to lift 25-pound packages, climb ladders and stand for long periods of…

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Disability Law Update: Circuit Court Finds for Employer in ADA Employee Accommodation Case

By ADA, Employment Law, Worker Disability

Under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), employers are required to engage in an interactive process to “identify the precise limitations resulting from a disability and potential reasonable accommodations that could overcome those limitations.” Many lawsuits have been filed by employees alleging their employer failed to accommodate them, and Marathon HR cautions its clients to tread carefully where the ADA is concerned. However, in Brumley v. United Parcel Service, Inc., No. 18-5453 (6th Cir. 2018), the…

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