When considering candidates for job openings and promotions, you may find qualified applicants who have a disability. You must determine if the person with a disability can perform the essential functions of the job. For more information, see
"Qualified Individual With a Disability" Defined
"Essential Job Functions" Defined. A job function is considered essential if it constitutes the job’s fundamental duties or if the job exists to perform that function.1
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