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Consider shift change as reasonable disability accommodation

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in Employment Law,Human Resources

A federal court has held that, under certain circumstances, the ADA may obligate an employer to accommodate an employee’s disability-related difficulties in getting to work. The 3rd Circuit Court of Appeals ruled that changing a part-time employee’s schedule to day shift—because her poor vision made it dangerous for her to drive at night—could be a reasonable accommodation under the ADA.

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