Yesterday, the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission released a new technical assistance document called “Visual Disabilities in the Workplace and the Americans with Disabilities Act.”
Sure, you could read all 59 pages of it. Or I can digest it here for you in a few hundred words—your choice.
(Thanks for sticking with me.)
The EEOC’s newest release addresses four topics:
when an employer may ask an applicant or employee questions about a vision impairment and how an employer should treat voluntary disclosures; what types of reasonable accommodations applicants or employees with visual disabilities may need; how an