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I need an accommodation at work: how do I know what's reasonable?

In accordance with Texas and federal laws, employers with at least 15 employees are required to provide reasonable accommodations to workers with disabilities. Failure to do so could lead to discrimination claims against the employer.

Discriminatory conduct can negatively impact Texas workers

Ideally, all workplaces would treat employees and potential employees equally. Unfortunately, discriminatory conduct takes place in many institutions, and workers may find themselves having to take action to have the issues addressed. In many cases, filing reports with outside parties or taking legal action may prove necessary if internal complaints go unheeded.

Retaliation for filing complaints may warrant Texas legal action

Many individuals may feel a sense of stress when faced with a difficult decision in the workplace. Because most Texas residents certainly want to remain employed, they may let serious infractions in the workplace go unreported in hopes of avoiding retaliation themselves. However, they may want to remember that unjust actions that result from employers due to filing reports for misconduct may deserve legal action.

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