People with disabilities have the right to competitive, integrated employment free from discrimination.
The ADA and Employment
People with disabilities have the right to be free from discrimination in employment in the hiring process, during employment, and in the termination of employment. An employer is not allowed to ask a job applicant whether they have a disability or ask questions meant to elicit information about whether the applicant has a disability. Once hired, an employee cannot take an adverse action against an employee on the basis that the employer knows or suspects that the employee has a disability. An employee with a disability has the right to reasonable accommodations that are necessary due to a disability so long as the employee is still able to perform the essential functions of the job. Examples of reasonable accommodations include assistive technology like talk-to-text software, taking additional breaks to relieve pain or handle medical issues, or providing a sign language interpreter.
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