Updated March 25, 2015.
Yes, if the accommodation would cause undue hardship on the employer. Employers who say reasonable accommodation cannot be made because it would cause undue hardship must offer proof of the potential hardship. If an applicant or employee does not agree, the employee may file a complaint.
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