Reasonable accommodations for disabled candidates and employees
Human resource managers often address questions about reasonable accommodations for disabled candidates and employees. Employers are required by law to provide reasonable accommodation throughout the application and onboarding processes, as well as on the job. The key word is ‘reasonable’ and any accommodations that create undue hardship or threaten the employer do not need to be provided. In order for an individual to receive workplace accommodations, they must qualify for protection under the American with Disabilities Act (ADA).
*Describe at least three reasonable job accommodations that are routinely provided to promote equal opportunity employment. Justify your response.