Judge rejects workers' C-section case in Georgia

The U.S. Supreme Court declined to consider what information an employee must disclose about his or her disability to trigger his employer's legal obligation to provide reasonable accommodations.

Justices on Monday rejected a Georgia state employee's challenge to a lower court's ruling that she failed in her disability accommodation claim because she simply told her employer that she was having medical complications from a cesarean section and was several months away should work from home.

The federal Disabilities Act requires employers to engage in an interactive process with employees with disabilities to determine whether effective and reasonable accommodations are available…