A reasonable accommodation is any change in the work environment or in the way things are usually done that enables an individual with a disability to participate in:
Successful accommodations require an interactive process between the employer and the applicant/employee.
EEOC guidance discussing what "reasonable accommodation" means and who is entitled to receive it. Topics covered include requests for an accommodation and inquiries an employer may make, including documentation.
EEOC fact sheet specific to the reasonable accommodation obligations of small employers including limits on providing reasonable accommodation.
Cornell University fact sheet providing an overview of reasonable accommodation.
Department of Labor fact sheet discussing the responsibility of management in determining reasonable accommodation.
Cornell University fact sheets on specific disabilities and potential accommodations (i.e. alcohol, drug abuse, brain injury, cancer, etc).
Fact sheet regarding available tax incentive that may be used to off set the cost of providing accommodations.
Document by the Job Accommodation Network discussing all aspects of reasonable accommodation.
EEOC guidance discussing when employers may or may not obtain medical information about existing employees.