The Accommodation and Compliance Series is a starting point in the accommodation process and may not address every situation.Accommodations should be made on a case by case basis, considering each employee’s individual limitations and accommodation needs.These shifts in mood are severe as compared to the average person. Note: People with bipolar disorder may develop some of the limitations discussed below, but seldom develop all of them.Signs and symptoms of mania include distinct periods of: The exact cause is unknown, however, bipolar disorder tends to run in families. However, according to the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), the individualized assessment of virtually all people with bipolar disorder will result in a determination of disability under the ADA; given its inherent nature, bipolar disorder will almost always be found to substantially limit the major life activity of brain function (EEOC Regulations . Also, the degree of limitation will vary among individuals.The Chicago Police Department said in a statement earlier Monday that around 6 p.m.on Sunday, a 69-year-old passenger "became irate" after he was asked to leave the plane.
Several videos posted on social media appeared to show three law enforcement officers pull a screaming man from his seat on the plane and then drag him by the arms down the aisle as shocked passengers look on.Airline CEO Oscar Munoz was appalled by the situation in a public statement, though he sang a much different tune in an email to United employees in which he blamed the passenger. said it was legal for airlines to involuntary "re-accommodate" passengers, it still plans on investigating to make sure regulations were followed.The department said in the a statement: "The Department of Transportation (USDOT) remains committed to protecting the rights of consumers and is reviewing the involuntary denied boarding of passenger(s) from United Express flight 3411 to determine whether the airline complied with the oversales rule.The Chicago Department of Aviation said in a statement Monday afternoon that the incident was "not in accordance with" standard operating procedure and the officer's actions were "not condoned" by the department.The officer involved was placed on administrative leave effective Monday pending review of the situation, the department said.