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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.250 words

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The duty of reasonable accommodation would not require the same level of accommodation from every employer with respect to a given disability. This is due to the fact that there are differing circumstances and requirements within differing organizations, which means that the adaptations that one employee would have to make in order to meet the legal reasonable accommodation requirements for ...

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