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    If these piercings disrupt the workflow, cause a safety hazard and are not for religious reasons then I would write a policy based on that. If these are piercings and people just don't "like" them, then I would say not a good basis. There has a be concrete expectations to write a policy and cannot...

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    I would definitely counsel/ write her up for the NCNS and advise her that adherance to the policy is crucial. Her pregnancy does not excuse her from this. If she requires accommodations, make sure to give her a reasonable accommodation form so she can provide medical documentation. She is not covered...

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    RE: Pregnancy Problems

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    My main concern is the NCNS. As Leah stated, accomodations should be made for sickness and/or doctor's appointments related to the condition. I would first ask the employee why she did not call. If she stated it was a medical reason I would ask for documentation. I normally don't ask for documentation...

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    You should seek legal counsel...but my opinion is that you cannot require either unless driving is an essential function of the job that cannot be assigned to another person to perform. As well, requiring such must be consistent with business necessity.

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