Naomi Osaka Should Be a Strong ADA Reminder for Employers

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Naomi Osaka said she suffers from depression and, as such, she didn’t want to participate in mandatory press conferences during the French Open.

Naomi Osaka said she suffers from depression and, as such, she didn’t want to participate in mandatory press conferences during the French Open.

The French Open and all Grand Slam officials held strong and insisted, fining Osaka for not participating. Osaka said no more, and withdrew from the competition.

What can American business leaders learn from this? Well, let’s pretend that Osaka is your employee. Could you require her to participate or fire her? (Businesses don’t fine employees,

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