- The Win-Win Approach to Reasonable Accommodations: A practical guide to obtaining workplace accommodations
- A Place in the Workforce: A Cup of Ambition: The role of state vocational rehabilitation programs in helping people with MS maintain or regain employment
- ADA and People with MS: How the Americans with Disability Act protects against discrimination in employment, public accommodations, public transportation and more
- Disclosure: The Basic Facts: Practical guidelines to help anyone with MS determine how, when, and what to tell employers and others
- Information for Employers: Information for people with MS to share with their employers when they decide to disclose
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Job Accommodation Network: JAN is a free consulting service designed to increase the employability of people with disabilities by providing individualized worksite accommodation solutions, providing technical assistance regarding the ADA and other disability related legislation, and educating callers about self-employment options.
U.S. Department of Labor Family and Medical Leave Act: The FMLA Protects the job of an employee who needs to take time off from work to care for himself or herself, or a qualified family member.
U.S. Department of Labor: The Department of Labor can provide you with information on your employment rights as a person with a disability.
U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission: US EEOC is the enforcer of Title One of the ADA which is the section that deals with employment. If you feel you have been discriminated against, the EEOC is the place to call to discuss your case and make a complaint.
- U.S. Department of Justice Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Homepage and ADA Information Line: The ADA prohibits discrimination against any qualified individual with a disability throughout the employment process.