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How To Determine What Is A Reasonable Accommodation For My Job

How Much Will The Accommodation Cost The Employer?

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Think about how much the accommodation would cost your employer. Don’t worry about cost to the penny. Think about the ballpark. $50? Hundreds? Thousands?

Studies show that over 50% of accommodations do not cost an an employer any money. If there is a cost, it is generally minimal. Most accommodations that do cost an employer money cost less than $500.

If there is a cost to an accommodation, it has to be paid by the employer, not the employee.

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