The duty to provide a reasonable accommodation in the workplace to a qualified individual with a disability is considered one of the most important statutory requirements of the Americans with Disabilities Act. It is also one of the most confusing. Gain an understanding of what is “reasonable,” how an employer can engage in the interactive process, when an accommodation is an “undue hardship,” and when a disability constitutes a “direct threat.” Explore current trends in the law, the interplay of the ADA and the Family Medical Leave Act, and much more.
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ADA Primer: Reasonable Accommodation in the Workplace