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10 things your employer will do if you sue!
February 07, 2010
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Date February 7, 2010
10 things your employer will do if you sue
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Talking about Disability issues
negative phrase: "You're and epileptic"
affirmative phrase: person with psychological or psychiatric disability
negative phrase: "She's not all there" or "He's crazy"
The ODEP advises when introduced to co-workers with disabilities to try and relax. Strive to not be embarrassed. If you offer assistance be sure to wait for the offer to be accepted. For much more info on workplace disability communication issues follow this link;
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