Work at Home/Telework as a Reasonable Accommodation

Allowing an individual with a disability to work at home may be a form of reasonable accommodation where the person's disability prevents successfully performing the job on-site and the job, or parts of the job, can be performed at home without causing significant difficulty or expense.

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Submitted on: 3-Nov-2005