Employer Wasn’t Required to Extend Leave as Reasonable Accommodation

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An employer was not required to extend an employee’s six-month leave of absence as a reasonable accommodation for her ankle injury, a California appellate court ruled. California’s Fair Employment and Housing Act does not require an employer to hold a position open indefinitely.

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