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My employer refused to grant my accommodation because of “undue hardship.” What is “undue hardship?”

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My employer refused to grant my accommodation because of “undue hardship.” What is “undue hardship?”

Undue hardship means the requested accommodation involves significant difficulty or expense, considering the cost of the accommodation, the size of the employer, or the business operations.

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