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What is a “reasonable accommodation”?

Reasonable accommodations are job modifications that allow a disabled employee to perform their job duties. This can include assistive devices such as a special computer monitor or telephone, as well as job restructuring, work from home, additional training, transfer to a vacant position, or even a leave of absence.

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