What You May Not Know About Reasonable Accommodation for Restaurants

What You May Not Know About Reasonable Accommodation for Restaurants

by Nicollette Fillippone – PHR, Flores Senior Human Resources Manager

Restaurants are required under Title I of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (the “ADA”) to provide reasonable accommodation to qualified employees or applicants for employment with disabilities. While most restaurants have a general understanding of this regulation, many are surprised about the specifics of the law and what it means for them when running a business.

Many employers like to play it safe and make an accommodation whenever an employee requests it. However, it’s good to know what’s considered a reasonable accommodation for restaurants and what is not.

Read the full article at Modern Restaurant Management

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