reasonable accommodations

A standard of providing for a worker’s or customer’s needs, as mandated by the Americans with Disabilities Act, which requires that a business make appropriate changes in the environment to accommodate those with mental or physical disabilities as long as such changes do not create an undue burden to the employer

reasonable accommodations

A standard of providing for a worker's or customer's needs, as mandated by the ADA, which requires that a business make appropriate changes in the environment to accommodate those with mental or physical disabilities as long as such changes do not create an undue–financial–burden to the employer. See Americans with Disabilities Act, Architectural barriers, Disability, Handicap.
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The companies will also modify their policies and practices and designate ADA coaches to ensure that employees with disabilities are afforded reasonable accommodations. They will also provide annual training to all their employees, including all human resources and management-level officials, and the Corizon companies will hire a monitor to ensure that they comply with their obligations under the decree and the ADA.
"If no such alternatives exist or the employee rejects the alternative reasonable accommodations proposed by the employer, the employer may be able to properly deny the request," she says.
"[W]e hold that the Minnesota Human Rights Act does not mandate that employers engage employees in an interactive process to determine whether reasonable accommodations can be made," wrote Justice G.
The agreement prohibits Protocall from denying reasonable accommodations or violating the ADA.
The EEOC charged in its suit that BCBS's failure or refusal to hire Meador, a qualified individual with a disability, violated the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), which protects employees from discrimination based on their disabilities and requires employers to make reasonable accommodations to employees' and applicants' disabilities.
"The plaintiff, Teresa Manning, brings this action against her former employer, Abington Rockland Joint Water Works, claiming the Water Works failed to provide her reasonable accommodations for her disabilities and chose instead to terminate her employment because of those disabilities.
Under Title I of the ADA, private employers with 15 or more employees and state and local government employers, regardless of size, are required to make "reasonable accommodations" for the known physical or mental limitations of an employee or job applicant with a disability.
An employer, once aware of an employee's disability or when an employee requests an accommodation, must engage the employee in an interactive process to determine what reasonable accommodations can be made.
Regardless of the term used by the resident, focus on whether the animal is an assistance animal as defined by HUD's guidance and federal law when determining approval of a reasonable accommodations, and do not refer to the animal as a pet.
It requires employers to provide disabled employees or applicants for employment with reasonable accommodations unless doing so would cause an undue hardship.
The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) requires all employers to make "reasonable accommodations" for a person with a disability, unless the accommodation causes an undue hardship on the employer.
1, a new state law will guarantee that all public employees - including state and county workers and public school teachers - will be guaranteed "reasonable accommodations" to pump breast milk in the workplace.