New Jersey Woman Sues Former Employer After Rush-Hour Traffic Schedule Request

June 30, 2014 5:13 PM

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The Berlin, New Jersey, woman has filed a lawsuit against her former employer, Fulton Financial Corp., on the grounds that she was wrongfully terminated because of a disability that prevented her from driving in rush-hour traffic.

When she returned to her job as a marketing coordinator for the company in November, she says she requested a work schedule that would avoid rush-hour traffic. She cited her medical condition, which "qualified her as being disabled," according to a copy of the lawsuit obtained by Lancaster Online. D...

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