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Offer reasonable ADA accommodations–but you don’t have to provide full-time helper

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in Discrimination and Harassment,Employment Law

It can be devastating when an employee becomes severely disabled in the prime of life, especially if it’s clear the disability means she will never be able to perform her old job without substantial assistance. Well-intentioned, compassionate employers try their best to help. But the tough question is how far they should go to accommodate the disabled employee’s restrictions.

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