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3 Keys to ADA Accommodations

The ADA requires reasonable accommodations be provided to employees who have disabilities. This video covers some of the key concepts that employees need to understand when requesting reasonable accommodations from their employer. If you believe that you've been the victim of discrimination or failure to provide reasonable accommodation, you should seek out legal help as soon as possible. Nothing contained in this video is legal advice for any individual.

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If you need further help, the EEOC provides many resources for employees who are seeking reasonable accommodations. The EEOC provides guidance on its website, .EEOC.gov. If you believe that you've been the victim of discrimination because of your disability you should contact the EEOC to file a charge.

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