A nonsmoking worker claims that she was constructively discharged when her employer did not prevent a cigar smoker from exposing her to his smoke on the job. Suffering from emphysema, Fish alleges that the company did not accommodate her and that her exposure to smoke at her worksite made her ill and prevented her from continuing her employment. The employer denies Fish’s allegations.
No. 92-BEM-0546 (Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination).