In 2012, an instructor for a Department of Defense contractor called ManTech was living and working in South Korea when he was involved in a serious motorcycle accident. He suffered injuries that left him with a permanent limp, so he sought disability accommodations from the company. His supervisor came through for him, allowing him to telecommute during his recovery and then moving his office to the ground floor and giving him a handicap parking space.
Unfortunately, when a new supervisor arrived, that spirit of accommodation for his disability seemed to disappear. Even before his handicap parking space was taken away, the man says, his new supervisor "made known his disdain and, at times, outright hostility toward Mr. Parker's disability even before starting his new position."