Strange ADA lawsuit indirectly shines light on the right way to handle smelly co-workers

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If someone in your office has a bad odor, there are some tactful ways to deal with it. Bringing in air fresheners and telling everyone else in the office to do the same? Not so much.

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Amber Bridges, a team leader, was fired because of how she chose to deal with a smelly co-worker. Instead of talking to the co-worker or getting a manger to intervene, Bridges got almost everyone in the office to bring in air fresheners. The employee in question went to HR and complained of a hostile work environment. Managers agreed that she was being discriminated

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