(04-28-2012, 10:02 AM)Sleepster Wrote: Unless the scheduling of those meetings at those times is critical to the job function. Correct?
this is where common sense would take over. i think we're looking at reasonable accommodation. it would depend how important your presence at the meeting is vs the importance of having the meeting at a specific time. maybe the accommodation could be the boss discussing the meeting with you at a separate time one on one.
another accommodation could be my wife's lunch break. if as a diabetic she needs to eat at a specific time, her lunch break could be scheduled differently from the others that must go without food or drink from 3 - 9:30 pm because they all work independently. this wouldn't work the same on an assembly line. i think back to elementary school so many years ago when vincent was allowed to have an orange in school because of what us kids thought was diabetes at the time. now i think it may have been hypoglycemia associated with poor diabetes treatment compliance or management at the time in the 1950's.