AID 110-3 (Denial of Reasonable Accommodation Request).doc

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DENIAL OF REASONABLE ACCOMMODATION REQUEST 1. Name of Requester 2. Type(s) of Reasonable Accommodation Requested: 3. Request for Reasonable Accommodation Denied Because (may select more than one): Medical Documentation Inadequate Accommodation Would Require Removal of an Essential Function Accommodation Would Require Lowering of Performance or Production Standards Accommodation Would Cause Undue Hardship To Agency Accommodation Would Be Ineffective Other (please identify): 4. Detailed Reason(s) for the Denial of Reasonable Accommodation (Must be specific as to why reasonable accommodation is ineffective or causes undue hardship.) Please submit your response on a separate sheet of paper, attached to this form. 5. If the requester rejects an offer of an alternate accommodation, describe the alternate proposal and explain the reason for rejection of the offered accommodation and why the Agency believes the alternate accommodation would be effective. Please use a separate sheet of paper for your response if necessary.
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  • Fall '17
  • managment
  • Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, USAID, reasonable accommodation

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