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Prepare for the ADA long haul: Disability accommodation isn’t a one-time event

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in Employment Law,Human Resources

Disabled employees who need reasonable accommodations are entitled to what the ADA calls the interactive reasonable accommo­­dations process. What exactly that means varies by the individual and may change over time. Employers that consider the interactive process as a one-time thing may end up in court.

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