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ADA Rules for Employment

Author: Sandi Baker

Published: 2009-01-27 : (Rev. 2019-02-14)

Synopsis and Key Points:

Employment for disabled workers is protected under the Americans with Disabilities Act however those with disabilities find this process difficult.

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Employment for disabled workers is protected under the Americans with Disabilities Act. However many times those with disabilities find this process as a whole difficult. The main reasons are:

So what are the ADA rules?

When it comes to reasonable accommodations what does the ADA say?

Reasonable accommodations:

The term "reasonable accommodation" may include:

Sec.12112. Discrimination

Armed with this information the disabled person has a level playing field for seeking employment.

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