Accommodating individuals with disabilities


21-Feb-2015 10:05

Open and closed-ended data are collected using a 20-minute structured telephone interview of JAN customers (n= 1,247; 44% response rate).

The term 'reasonable accommodation' specifies that an accommodation does not necessarily have to be made if doing so would pose undue hardship to an employment establishment and its workers.

Examples of reasonable accommodations include providing an interpreter during meetings for those with hearing impairments, modifying or purchasing specialized equipment for those with a physical, sensory or cognitive limitations, modifying a work schedule, and making existing facilities more accessible for workers (i.e., building a wheelchair-accessible ramp).



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