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Reasonable Accommodation ADA

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Does the duty of reasonable accommodation require the same level of accommodation from every employer with respect to a given disability? Explain.

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The duty of reasonable accommodation does not require the same level of accommodation from every employer as the determination rests upon the efficacy of the accommodation provided toward removing the impediments caused by the disability, convenience or reasonableness of the accommodation for the employer, and hardships, costs, or problems associated with the ...

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This solution provides students with the reasonable accommodations that employers must provide disabled employees under the American with Disabilities Act.

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