Your employer may be required to offer you reasonable accommodations to the extent necessary, in light of your disability, for you to perform the essential functions of your job. At a bare minimum, your employer must engage in an interactive process with you to determine whether your requested accommodation is reasonable and necessary for you to perform your essential job duties. If your employer determines that your requested accommodation is unduly burdensome, they must explore other options for providing reasonable accommodations necessary for you to perform your job. If you believe you have been harmed by disability discrimination at work, you should contact me as soon as possible as there are very short time frames involved with filing a charge of discrimination with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC). This is a process that is required before you can file suit to enforce your civil rights. I can assist you with your disability discrimination claim with the EEOC and thereafter. You only have 180 days from the last act of disability discrimination to file your charge of discrimination with the EEOC, so it is imperative not to delay. I am happy to discuss your situation and to advise you of your options.
Americans With Disabilities Act
Name - Edward I. Zwilling
Phone - (205) 822-2701
Email - firstname.lastname@example.org