Reasonable Accommodation

A reasonable accommodation is an adjustment made in a system to accommodate or make fair the same system for an individual based on a proven need. Accommodations can be religious, academic, or employment related and are often mandated by law. Each country has its own system of reasonable accommodations. The United Nations use this term in the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities, refusal of which is defined to be discrimination.
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  • Legal Rights for Pregnant Workers under Federal Law

    … because of it. Your health care provider might also be asked whether particular accommodations would meet your needs. You can help your health care provider understand the law of reasonable accommodation by bringing a copy of the EEOC publication Helping Patients Deal with Pregnancy-Related Limitations and Restrictions at Work to your appointment. 7. What should I do if I think that my rights have been violated? Contact legal counsel immediately. Tags: ADA, FMLA, Leave, pregnancy …

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