ADA Policies for Employees and Applicants for CCSU Job Opportunities

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Employees and Applicants for CCSU Job Opportunities

CCSU Human Resources is committed to ensuring that all CCSU employees and applicants pursing job opportunities receive full and equal opportunity in employment including but not limited to:  Hiring, compensation, promotion, training, evaluation or any other term, condition or privilege of employment.

The law requires that all employees or persons pursing employment be able to perform the essential functions of their job or jobs for which they apply.  CCSU Human Resources recognizes that some persons may require reasonable accommodations to perform the essential duties related to their job as defined by CCSU.  Therefore, CCSU Human Resources is committed to providing reasonable accommodation(s) as appropriate.

Titles I and II of the ADA, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, as amended, and the Connecticut Discriminatory Practices Act, as amended, prohibit discrimination by state and local government against persons because of their disabilities in governmental programs, services, facilities and employment actions.  CCSU Human Resources recognizes the vital contributions of persons with disabilities in meaningful employment and many activities and programs for which they have historically been excluded.

Therefore, CCSU Human Resources will work collaboratively with any employee or applicant with disabilities seeking an accommodation to identify barriers that may impede meaningful participation, evaluate the necessity of these barriers and will modify or remove non-essential barriers.  Most importantly, CCSU Human Resources will engage in a dialogue with employees or job applicants with disabilities seeking an accommodation to better understand the kinds of barrier removal and other accommodations that might improve their opportunities.

To request a reasonable employment accommodation, please visit Employment Accommodation Requests or contact CCSU Human Resources at (860) 832-1756.

 

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