CDF Attorney Jing Li authors article "AB 987 Forbids Retaliation For Requesting Reasonable Accommodation" for the August 10, 2015 issue of the California Employment Law Letter. On July 16, Governor Jerry Brown approved Assembly Bill (AB) No. 987. AB 987 amends part of California's Fair Employment and Housing (FEHA) and clarifies that an employer may not discriminate or retaliate against an employee for requesting a reasonable accommodation.
In the article, Li further discusses the history of AB 987, the Court's cuts rope's claim, and the bottom line for employers. Click HERE to read the full article.