Federal and state laws protect an individual with a disability or medical condition that affects his/her ability to perform a job’s essential functions or those of a job for which they are applying. These laws also prohibit discrimination against a qualified individual based on a disability or medical condition. You must provide reasonable accommodation for an employee’s or applicant’s disability or medical condition if, with such accommodation, he/she can perform the job’s essential functions without causing undue hardship.
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