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What is Reasonable Accommodation and How Does it Work in Iowa?

If you have a disability or limitation, you may feel nervous about asking for accommodations so you can continue working. However, Iowa law says that employers must take reasonable steps to accommodate workers with disabilities. Reasonable accommodation is a modification or adjustment to a job or a workspace that will allow an employee with limitations …


Types of Sexual Harassment That Can Happen on the Job in Iowa – and What You Can Do About It

Do you dread going to work each day because you must deal with your coworkers making sexual comments or behaving in an inappropriate way? Sexual harassment is illegal behavior that many Iowans nonetheless face in their workplace. What is Sexual Harassment in the Iowa Workplace? There are many different forms that sexual harassment can take …


Why You Need to Look For Work After You’ve Been Fired From Your Job in Iowa

Being fired from a job is a traumatic experience. Many Iowans who have been fired depended on their job to make ends meet each month. If that is your situation, then you probably started looking for work immediately and aggressively. For others, being fired may lead to deep questions about what the next career move …


How Does COVID-19 Affect My Disability Accommodations at Work in Iowa?

How Does COVID-19 Affect My Disability Accommodations at Work in Iowa? The COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted the workplace and caused employers to rethink where and how work is performed. Stay-at-home orders, CDC guidance, and other measures designed to control the spread of the coronavirus have caused employers to adjust their work policies and practices. Does …


The Absolute Wrong Way to Pick an Attorney for Your Iowa Harassment Case

Picking an attorney to represent you in your Iowa harassment claim is a choice the needs to be made carefully. Choosing the wrong attorney can have serious consequences for your case. The absolute wrong way to pick a lawyer is to make a quick decision based on convenience. Mistake #1: Don’t Hire a Lawyer Just …


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