So to our ongoing list of your boss’s characteristics, which currently includes loon, jerk, and not smart, you can add law-breaker.
As for what to do, you could have a lawyer explain this to your employer on your behalf, and/or file a complaint with the EEOC, the federal agency that enforces the ADA.
Soon they will be scheduling people’s days off for testing at my branch.
Now it's time to celebrate and show all that you've achieved in the last few years.(Note that you have to file it within 180 days from the violation.) But I’d also start job searching.Even if this gets quickly settled, you’re working with someone who has such a skewed idea of the employment relationship that he thinks he has say over your Note: This situation is so outrageous that it occurred to me to wonder whether the letter is real or not.He says: This employer is violating the Americans with Disability Act (ADA).The ADA’s purpose is broader than just protecting individuals with disabilities from unlawful discrimination and requiring employers to offer individuals with disabilities reasonable accommodations to perform the essential functions of their jobs.