Flourish Blog: Recent Posts
Types of Accommodations on the Job
Posted on Sunday October 23, 2016
You can legally use 40 hours per year to take off sick to care for a family member where I live in...
Disclosure on the Job
Posted on Thursday October 20, 2016
I’ve been employed at different jobs for over 26 years now. Thus I’m confident that I...
Requesting A Reasonable Accommodation
Posted on Monday October 17, 2016
At the NAMI-New York State Educational Conference on Saturday, November 12 I will talk about...
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