NAA is open to all ideas on how to correct this weakness in the regulations, including a stronger requirement for a bona fide treatment relationship between the "mental health professional" providing the documentation of need for the ESA and the individual seeking the reasonable accommodation
There are certain exceptions to an employer's obligation to provide reasonable accommodation
thanks the FAA for its efforts to address the reasonable accommodation
needs of service dog handlers.
When providing advice to commanders, managers, or supervisors of DA civilian employees on whether to provide an individual with a reasonable accommodation
, judge advocates should apply a five-step method to the analysis.
To determine whether a reasonable accommodation
exists, or whether any accommodation would cause an undue hardship, the employer must participate in an interactive dialogue with the individual.
We're working with all parties to try to reach a reasonable accommodation
," Shandley said.
The e-book version of the second edition of The Americans with Disabilities Act and the Rehabilitation Act of 1973: Reasonable Accommodation
for Employees with OCD may be purchased online at www.
The amendment entitled a person with a disability to reasonable accommodations
if those accommodations are necessary for the tenant to gain equal use and enjoyment of the complex.
Based on these findings, it was concluded that employers did not understand their obligation to provide a reasonable accommodation
for a documented physical or mental impairment.
The "interactive process" typically starts after a hiring decision has been made, because an employer may not address disabilities during the hiring process, unless an applicant has an obvious disability, has disclosed the disability, or has asked for a reasonable accommodation
A reasonable accommodation
is any change or adjustment to a job, the work environment, or the way things are usually done that allows a person with disabilities to apply for the job and/or effectively perform the job's functions.
generally depends on the circumstances, including an analysis of the size of the program, its overall budget compared to the potential cost of an accommodation, the potential disruption to a program's central services that might be caused by the requested accommodation, and other factors.