Employees must cooperate in good faith in the reasonable accommodation process; they must provide medical documentation where a disability or need for accommodation isn’t obvious and the employer requests it1 (see Disability Documentation). Employees must also give their employers information about education or work history that might qualify them for alternative positions.

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