Failure to Accommodate Claims

Failure to reasonably accommodate an employee is unlawful, and an employee may be able to recover damages unless the employer can demonstrate undue hardship, as defined by the law.1 An employee can also bring a claim for failure to engage in the interactive process, which is a separate claim.2

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