When Keeping Your Job Depends On What Other People Do

Posted: February 29, 2016 in 1

As someone who lost the right to work because my employer fought NOT to accommodate my chemical sensitivity, my life was profoundly affected financially and socially. Adopting the motto, “Every problem is an opportunity,” I have forged on so that resentment and negativity have no time to creep into my thoughts. In fact blogging has taken a backseat to the activism for environment and disability that occupy my waking moments. I am ever grateful to Linda for the work she does on this BLOG.

Seriously "Sensitive" to Pollution

When we develop MCS/ES, one of the first concerns we have is how to keep our job when other people keep using products and materials that disable us.

Some people are able to negotiate a legally required accommodation  policy, but sadly, too many people find these policies are rarely or effectively enforced as they should be.

no enforcement lost my job

Here are some Human Rights resources on various laws, regulations, and solutions that, when enforced, can help people remain employed without losing their health and abilities:

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