CA Employment Lawyer: EEOC says H.S. Diploma Requirement May Violate ADA

The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission is warning employers that requiring a high school diploma for a job may violate the Americans with Disabilities Act.

01/23/2012 // Los Angeles, CA, USA // Keller Grover LLP // California Employment Lawyer Eric Grover

While the EEOC may have a valid argument for Americans with learning disabilities and the barriers they face when trying to obtain a job, this provision may also give students the push to graduate high school. “This is a double-edged sword,” says California employment attorney Eric Grover, “instead of nixing the diploma requirement, people with learning disabilities should state on their applications and/or resumes with the medical reason for why they do not have a diploma.”

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