If you have ever been involved with a disabled employee’s request for a reasonable accommodation, you know that a lot depends of what the employee’s doctor does and writes.  EEOC just gave them a little help that a number of law firms have broken down into even more helpful English.  Here is one from Constangy, Brooks, Smith and Prophete, LLP that is worth reading over for future reference. It would seem to apply under the federal employee Rehabilitation Act as well.

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