The ADA and FEHA prohibit you from denying equal benefits to qualified applicants or employees with disabilities, including discriminatory allocations of fringe benefits, even if you don’t administer these benefits.1 The ADA contains an equal access clause that prohibits employers from establishing policies that limit or segregate disabled people in any way. You can’t hire disabled individuals only for part-time positions while limiting benefits coverage to full-time employees.

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