ADA covers temporary impairments

Consider this scenario: During the snowstorm in February, one of your employees fell and sustained serious injuries to both legs. The employee underwent two extensive surgeries, and his doctor says he won't be able to walk for seven months. He has no leave available and asks about working from home. As a matter of policy, you don't allow telecommuting. Do you still need to consider work from home as a reasonable accommodation under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)? Read More...