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Kroger / wrongful dismissal

1 1425 Columbus AvenueLebanon, OH, United States Review updated:

My son (a teenager) has a seizure disorder and takes medication to control it. The medication makes him a bit slower than normal. Kroger management (Heath - not sure about a last name) was informed of this when they interviewed and hired him. I was under the impression that Kroger was a good company for kids with disabilities. It is NOT!!! He was fired today after only one month of employment even though his manager admitted that he has improved his performance since being hired. My son is devastated and I am going to contact the union and an ATTORNEY!!!

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  • Ma
      29th of May, 2011
    0 Votes

    Your son is covered under the ADA law
    Online go to :EEOC and tape up a complaint.It may take 6 months to get and answer from them...If they don't take it then go to a lawyer and sue under the state's EEOC

  • Ma
      29th of May, 2011
    -1 Votes

    His son can do the job, so they should not have fired him...He has a documented medical condition..
    Kroger is doing the same to me right now. I can do the job, but not as good as someone without a medical condition.
    What do you want to do with a person with a disability.
    Throw them in the garbage like yesterdays dinner ??

  • Ma
      1st of Jun, 2011
    0 Votes

    I am talking about the man's son...

  • Ma
      17th of Aug, 2011
    0 Votes

    Side effects of medications are covered under the ADA a federal law...
    Many people post complains that would be better on a Law Forum. People want helpful comments to their post

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