Naomi Osaka Should Be a Strong ADA Reminder for Employers
This article addresses what American business leaders should learn from the situation involving the tennis player, Naomi Osaka. Ms. Osaka did not participate in required press conferences during the French Open due to her depression, and as a result, was fined and withdrew from the competition. The article discusses how the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) could be applied including determining the core functions of a job and reasonable accommodations.
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