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Reasonable Accommodations: Employers' Roles and Responsibilities

Creating effective job accommodations is good for business. About 20% of American workers live with a mental health condition. Employers can contribute to their success with reasonable accommodations for those who need them. Implementing reasonable accommodations can smooth the transition back to work after disability leave, reducing costs associated with lost productivity and performance. This can be key in retaining valuable employees.

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