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“reasonable accommodate” the needs of persons with disabilities unless to do so would cause the employer to suffer an “undue hardship” (BUSINESS LAW, TEXT AND CASES, 14 th Edition, Chapter 35 Employment Discrimination, 35-3 Discrimination Based on Disability, page 676). In Victor’s case, Victor show that he (1) has a disability (hearing impairment), (2) is otherwise qualified for the employment in question, and (3) was excluded from the employment solely because of the disability. Hence, he could prevail on a claim under the ADA (BUSINESS LAW, TEXT AND CASES, 14 th Edition, Chapter 35 Employment Discrimination, 35-3a Procedures under the ADA, page 676). Employers who do not accommodate the needs of persons with disabilities must demonstrate that the accommodations would cause undue hardship in terms of being significantly difficult or expensive (BUSINESS LAW, TEXT AND CASES, 14 th Edition, Chapter 35 Employment Discrimination, Undue Hardship, page 678). Thus, if OG&E want to defense itself against Victor’s claim, it must demonstrate that accommodations Victor’s need with hearing impairment would cause it undue hardship in terms of being significantly difficult or expensive.
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Its resolution depends on whether OG&E will make reasonable accommodations for Victor’s need or defend itself against Victor’s claim. Question E2-05 An agency relationship was not created by Sonic with Thunder Construction or with Eric. An agency relationship was created by Sonic with Cindy. In a principal-agent relationship, the parties have agreed that the agent will act on behalf and instead of the principal in negotiating and transacting business with third parties (BUSINESS LAW, TEXT AND CASES, 14 th Edition, Chapter 32 Agency Formation and Duties, 32-1 Agency Relationships, page 606).
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