You are not required to reasonably accommodate a qualified individual with a disability if you can show that the accommodation would cause an undue hardship. The term “undue hardship” includes any accommodation that is unduly costly, extensive or substantial to you or that would fundamentally alter the nature your business’s operation.1

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