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    Reasonable Accommodations in Employment

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    •Go to the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission website and review an EEOC case from within the past three (3) years. Assess the main problem or issue from the case, then create a brief intervention summary for the organization in the case you chose. Include in your intervention summary any necessary staff training for the organization. Explain at least one (1) method you will use to ensure effective communication of the summary to a diverse (deep-level) group of staff.
    ◦Hint: Deep-Level Diversity (e.g., Personality, Work Preference, Values, etc.)

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    For Instructional Purpose

    The most recent case of I reviewed was a press release on July 1, 2015: The case, EEOC v. Wal-Mart Stores, Inc., Civil Action No. 15-5796 (EEOC, 2015, p. 1). The main issue from the case was Wal-Mart's rescinding reasonable accommodation for a disabled employee and harassing the employee thereafter.

    Intervention Summary

    From the case, the employee does not have manual, sight nor hearing dexterity disability that could have disqualified her from performing important activities of the job. Therefore, the employee can perform the essential functions of the job because the essential functions can be completed by using hands to access information, ears to listen and comprehend instructions (or eyes to read instructions on paper or via e-mail), hands to ...

    Solution Summary

    Reasonable accommodation in the workplace are examined. A method used to ensure effective communication to the summary to a diverse group of staff.

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