Reasonable Accommodations for Employees With Disabilities

The Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (ADA) continues to guide workplace protections of individuals with disabilities. Navigating the complexities of this civil rights legislation, and its prohibitions against disability discrimination in the workplace, requires ongoing assessment by labor and employment law practitioners.

With terms such as “undue hardship” and “reasonable accommodation” open to interpretation, legal practitioners must continually stay apprised of court decisions and new ADA guidance to guide clients on employment discrimination laws and compliance.

[Download a flowchart of the interactive process that’s required when an employee makes a reasonable accommodation request under the ADA.]

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