Did you know that in order to be a ProSeries Advisor, you must be hearing? There is no position available if you are hearing impaired.
I was informed yesterday, that they will stop emailing me to apply for this opportunity......
You can not make this stuff up.
Now, if they will process my renewal - I might be able to work this year.
But the good news is, you can work here -------------------------- just don't ask about the pay though. Although rumor has it, if you worked your way up the ranks under their originally proposed Champion Program, you might get a free Intuit t-shirt.
and ex marks the spot where those rocks and anvils hit me.
Is that legal.... Inquiring minds want to know (as in a discrimination attorney)?
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It sounds easy to hire an attorney for ADA discrimination - trust me, it is not.
Its open season on the disabled in Kansas, the State Courts ignore ADA. Try and get accommodation, they ignore you. File a complaint, they will find they fully complied - even when they did not. No evidence needed - self regulating swamp.
If the Court doesn't comply, think anyone else has to??? I have emails from the Court documenting what happened. Emails with the Court aren't evidence now, in Kansas. Law changed when the open records law was passed...ahem.
If anyone knows a civil rights attorney that wants to take that on, have them contact me. I filed a DOJ complaint - I think those guys are busy with their own legal violations.