Strategic planning for this endeavor is led by the Disability Reasonable Accommodation Division (DRAD), which since its establishment in October 2009 has been the Department's centralized resource for assisting applicants and employees with reasonable accommodations, hiring more persons with disabilities and fostering a more inclusive culture for employees with disabilities.
What does RA stand for?
RA stands for Reasonable Accommodation
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- Ready Access
- Ready Alert
- Ready Analog
- RealAudio File (proprietary streaming audio compression format, Real Networks)
- Realidad Aumentada (Spanish: Augmented Reality)
- Réalité Augmentée (French: Augmented Reality)
- Realm Ability (Dark Age of Camelot on-line game)
- Realtor Associate
- Rear Admiral
- Rear Area
Samples in periodicals archive:
This is the reasonable accommodation mandated by the law.
The Justice Department last Thursday filed a lawsuit in federal court in San Juan, Puerto Rico, charging the Puerto Rico Department of Justice (PRDOJ) with employment discrimination for failing to provide a reasonable accommodation to an employee with a disability, as required by the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).
Meditation provides an ideal forum in which to brainstorm when negotiating a reasonable accommodation for a worker with a disability.
To "afford reasonable accommodation to an employee who is handicapped by alcoholism," an agency would have to offer him therapy with sick leave before it could discipline him for related misconduct.
Asking the question in that way is designed to elicit a response such as, "Yes I can," or "No, I can't normally, but with this reasonable accommodation, I can.
In order to meet the requirements of the act, camps must make reasonable accommodations to ensure that people with disabilities will be able to participate in their programs.
More than 70 percent of the complainants fall into two categories: those alleging wrongful discharge due to a disability and those who charge their employer with failure to provide a reasonable accommodation.