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assignment to a different duty

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Since it is the purpose of this paper to encourage psychotherapy and discourage premature sex reassignment measures, these reports, providing examples of different treatment approaches, are summarized here.
The petitioner said doctors are ready to carry out the procedure, but there are some legal impediments, and asked the court to allow gender reassignment surgery and direct the respondents Nadra and educational officers to change her gender afterwards.
Another former police chief, Murat Ecetiner, said the reassignments are the result of a frenzy that began on Dec.
29) However, the accommodation of reassignment is only available to employees, not to applicants, (30) and only after possible accommodations for the employee in her current position have been considered and/or rejected.
Office of Personnel Management, in his June 13 bulletin that said, "there is consensus that gender reassignment treatment is medically necessary for certain individuals who are diagnosed for Gender Identity Disorder or Gender Dysphoria,"
That Ashley had been born male, though he married her with full knowledge of her gender reassignment.
The Israeli government has announced changes to their national policies regarding gender reassignment surgery, marking a victory for the Israeli transgender community.
Over 100,000 individuals have requested sex change operations and more than 1000 have completed sex reassignment surgeries.
Du cancelled the reassignment of Catholic priests in the Archdiocese of Palo(Leyte) saying the move is not timely as many of the Catholic churches were damaged by Super Typhoon Yolanda.
What do the cases in which reassignment is ordered look like?
The case eventually landed in the 7th Circuit, which held that disabled workers should be automatically reassigned to open positions for which they are qualified, unless the employer can establish an undue hardship that would result in that reassignment.
The 7th Circuit reversed its own precedent on reassignment as a reasonable accommodation under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) in its Sept.
com)-- Known as one of the leading gender reassignment surgeons in Europe, Miroslav Djordjevic, M.
This reassignment allows the current worker to focus on the primary job responsibilities of his/her job.
2) In O'Donnabhain (3) the Tax Court has expanded the list of deductible medical expenses to include hormone therapy and sex reassignment expenses for the treatment of gender identity disorder (GID).