A “good faith” interactive process is an ongoing effort. In A.M. v. Albertsons, LLC, an employer allowed an employee to consume beverages while on the job and to use the bathroom more frequently as a reasonable accommodation. However, a new supervisor who did not know about the necessary accommodation refused the employee’s request on one occasion. The employer was sued.1
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