Failure to Provide Reasonable Accommodation

State and federal laws allow changes in the workplace that enables a qualified employee with a disability to perform the core duties of her job. These cannot create undue hardships by infringing on the rights of other employees, impairing workplace safety, or requiring significant monetary expense. General examples of reasonable accommodations include modified or part-time shifts, job restructuring, use of protective equipment or devices, reassignment to another open position, and periodically or temporarily giving employees aids.