Employer ADA Considerations Under EEOC Opioid Guidance

Law360 (October 6, 2020, 1:17 PM EDT) -- Now, possibly more than ever before, employers need to pause when faced with requests for accommodation related to the use of opioids. While the world is focused on the number of COVID-19-related deaths across America, the number of deaths from opioid overdose has surged during the pandemic as the momentum to expand treatment services to people struggling with addiction has declined.

In essence, what this means for employers is that they will most likely be faced with responding to an increase in the safety, risk and behavioral issues posed by opioid use in the workplace, as well as the common comorbid...

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