Reasonable Accommodations in Job Interviews

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Are we required to provide American Sign Language (ASL) or English-language interpreters for candidates in job interviews? If so, who pays?


Not necessarily, but you are required to reasonably accommodate candidates with disabilities, including candidates who are deaf. Reasonable accommodations can include sign language interpreters but can also include written materials produced in alternative formats, such as Braille, large print, or on audio- cassette. You should choose an accommodation that enables the candidate to fully participate in the interview process.

Start this process by asking the candidate which accommodation they prefer and why. Although you aren’t required

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