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Accommodating Work from Home Requests Due to Medical Reasons


Understand the factors to consider when evaluating requests and best practices for documenting and communicating the ultimate decision to employees.

Many employers have been faced with an influx of requests to work remotely as a reasonable accommodation under the ADA, particularly following the COVID-19 pandemic. They may not understand how to evaluate a request to work remotely under the ADA framework, or, be unaware of the secondary employment issues that granting a remote work request may trigger, such as monitoring employee performance, complying with wage and hour laws, protecting proprietary information and trade secrets, and expense reimbursement obligations.



Jacqueline A. Hayduk

Jacqueline A. Hayduk

Foley & Lardner LLP

Jacqueline Hayduk

  • Labor and Employment Attorney at Foley & Lardner LLP
  • Helps employers across the country achieve their business goals while minimizing legal risk with respect to various employment actions, including by advising clients on compliance with state and federal anti-discrimination laws, such as Title VII and the ADA, leave laws, and wage and hour laws. She also has substantial experience litigating trade-secret misappropriation and breach of restrictive covenant claims.
  • Represents clients in a wide range of litigation matters before federal and state courts and administrative agencies. She also counsels clients on employment issues, from appropriate accommodations to correct classification of employees, and has conducted numerous internal investigations related to sexual harassment allegations and theft of intellectual property, providing her clients with valuable risk analysis and recommendations for forward-looking remedial measures.
  • Authored numerous publications regarding the above topics which, including a recent article regarding Remote Work Considerations In A Post-Pandemic World.
  • Pratice‚Äôs in Michigan and the Eastern District of Michigan.
  • Obtained JD from Northwestern University School of Law in 2016, and B.A. from Michigan State University in 2012.
  • Email: [email protected]; Phone: 313.234.2720

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