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Data from the past year provide insight into successful situations and solutions from various employment settings and stages, including a wide sampling of industries and business sizes.
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The most widely mentioned indirect benefits employers received were: (1) the accommodation ultimately improved interactions with co-workers, (2) the accommodation increased overall company morale, and (3) the accommodation increased overall company productivity.
The following table gives the percentage of employers who reported experiencing direct and indirect benefits as a result of having made an accommodation.
Of those accommodations that did have a cost, the typical one-time expenditure by employers was 0.
When asked how much they paid for an accommodation beyond what they would have paid for an employee without a disability who was in the same position, employers typically answered around 0.
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Overall 100% of employers stated they would use JAN again.
However, a study conducted by the Job Accommodation Network (JAN), a service of the U. Department of Labor’s Office of Disability Employment Policy (ODEP), shows that workplace accommodations not only are low cost, but also positively impact the workplace in many ways. JAN, in partnership with the University of Iowa’s Law, Health Policy, and Disability Center (LHPDC), interviewed 1,182 employers between January 2004 and December 2006.
In addition, JAN, in partnership with the West Virginia University School of Social Work (formerly School of Applied Social Sciences), interviewed 1,188 employers between June 28, 2008, and July 31, 2017.
Finding #5: Employers find JAN helpful during the accommodation process.
Ninety-eight percent of employers found that JAN understood their needs.
The study results consistently showed that the benefits employers receive from making workplace accommodations far outweigh the low cost.