Undue hardship

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An undue hardship is an accommodating action that places significant difficulty or expense on the employer.[1] Employers are required to provide a reasonable accommodation to qualified individuals with disabilities, but when an accommodation becomes too taxing on the organization it is classified as an undue hardship and is no longer required. These hardships include the nature and cost of the accommodation in relation to the size, resources, nature, and structure of the employer's operation.

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  1. ^ http://adata.org/faq/what-considered-undue-hardship-reasonable-accommodation