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FAQs about reasonable accommodations in the workplace

If you have a disability and find it difficult to work, all hope is not lost. You may be able to request an employer to make changes to job duties, work environments or hiring processes to ensure you can fulfill your responsibilities. The Americans With Disability Act requires eligible employers to make reasonable accommodations to help workers with disabilities get jobs and perform their tasks to the same extent as workers without disabilities. 

Disability discrimination in the workplace

California employees have the right to work without subjection to discrimination based on their disabilities. Despite the laws in place to discourage this practice, many disabled workers experience varying degrees of bias at work. It is also not uncommon for employees who do not have disabling conditions to experience disability discrimination due to misconceptions

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