at may be beneficial to an individual (constructive anger) by warning of expected problems, at the same time bring harm (Peacock, Stutman and London, 2000).
Americans with Disabilities Act is a civil rights legislation policy that contains stipulated actions concerning the accommodation of individuals possessing any kind of disability in terms of access to judicial system, services, programs, and activities. In this scenario, John can use the ADA to assist him in the circumstances facing his employment. Both anger and emotional swings affecting John are due to the bipolar disorder, which is a mental disability. Such forms of disability are described within the ADA policy to hold ground in any given situation at the workplace, as it appears under the request for accommodation in court proceedings section of the ADA, and this section describes qualified individuals with disabilities. With the evidence from the psychiatrist concerning John’s condition, and the subsequent treatment, there is enough prove that truly John has a mental disability or disorder, which results in mood swing causing negative anger that provokes him to threaten others with violence.
The ADA has stipulations describing hiring, advancement, and the overall discharge, as well as guidelines for medical examinations for the affected individuals. In this case, John has a provision for medical examination which will prove his condition to be genuine, and thereafter the required proceedings that will ensure his job security. Also the ADA covers all public accommodations except clubs and religious organizations, hence where John works falls under the coverage of the legislation policy.
John’s status is provided for by the ADA legislation policy, and this means that such provision will enable him to file any case against him in court, including his job and be reinstated back to the job, after the prove of his calm condition by the psychiatrist, and therefore will be able to get back his job, or be