SAFETY CONCERNS JUSTIFY FAILURE TO HIRE APPLICANT WITH VERTIGO McGeshick v. Principi | Secondary Sources | Westlaw

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SAFETY CONCERNS JUSTIFY FAILURE TO HIRE APPLICANT WITH VERTIGO McGeshick v. Principi

18 No. 17 ANEMPLR 10Andrews Employment Litigation Reporter (Approx. 3 pages)

SAFETY CONCERNS JUSTIFY FAILURE TO HIRE APPLICANT WITH VERTIGO McGeshick v. Principi

18 No. 17 ANEMPLR 10Andrews Employment Litigation Reporter (Approx. 3 pages)

18 No. 17 Andrews Employment Litig. Rep. 10
Andrews Employment Litigation Reporter
*1 March 16, 2004
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SAFETY CONCERNS JUSTIFY FAILURE TO HIRE APPLICANT WITH VERTIGO

McGeshick v. Principi

The 10th Circuit has upheld the decision of a New Mexico veteran's hospital not to hire an individual with vertigo and hearing loss for a housekeeping aide position. According to the court, legitimate safety concerns existed regarding the applicant's...
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