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Making Intermittent FMLA Work for Your Health and Treatment Plans


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Making Intermittent FMLA Work for Your Health and Treatment Plans

157 million Americans have a chronic condition. Many of them are in the workforce. There, they may struggle with appropriate accommodations and having enough time to put into their treatment.

If you are one of the millions of Americans with a chronic condition that requires regular treatment appointments or...

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5 Simple Work Accommodations for the Blind and Low Vision Workforce


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Managing low-vision or blindness doesn't mean that you're unable to work. Many people with vision limitations still have fulfilling careers in the fields that they're interested in; they just need to ask for accommodations

But what exactly should you be asking for? You're entitled to work accommodations from your employer, but it can be hard to know what you need and what's going to be r...

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Use the Skills You Already Have with Accessibility Testing Jobs


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Use the Skills You Already Have with Accessibility Testing Jobs

Did you know that you, as someone with a disability, have a unique skill set that sets you apart when it comes to searching for jobs?

As the world becomes more connected via the internet, many people have noticed the need to make web pages and other areas more accessible for people with disabilities. Yet, fully-abled people might not know where to start. After all, people who are...

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Design for Disability: A Guide for Buying Accessible Home Office Furniture


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Design for Disability: Buying Accessible Home Office Furniture

More and more people are working from home, and many of those workers will remain that way for the foreseeable future. 

Around 40% of workers are working from home in 2020. Working from home is also sometimes considered a reasonable accommodation for an employee with disabilities as long as the job can be done...

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What to Do if an Employer Refuses Your Request for Accommodation


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What to Do if an Employer Refuses Your Request for Accommodation

Did an employer deny your request for accommodation? Under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), denying a reasonable accommodation request is illegal in some cases. 

What is a reasonable accommodation?

It's a change allowing a disabled person to perform his or her duties effectively. Moreover, the request allows disabled employees to...

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