MS: Do You Know Your Rights in the Workplace?

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Question 1 of 7

Do I have to tell an employer that I have MS?

AAlways
BYou never have to
CIt depends
AAlways
BYou never have to
CIt depends
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Question 2 of 7

Does my employer have to keep my diagnosis confidential at the workplace if I ask him or her to do so?

AYes
BNo
CIt depends on where you work
AYes
BNo
CIt depends on where you work
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Question 3 of 7

Are there any resources where I can find an accommodating place to work?

AYes, but only if you know the right people
BYes, and they're available online
CNo
AYes, but only if you know the right people
BYes, and they're available online
CNo
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Question 4 of 7

Can I be let go from my job because of my MS?

AYes, but only after a one-year trial period
BYes, after all possibilities have been exhausted
CNo, it's illegal
AYes, but only after a one-year trial period
BYes, after all possibilities have been exhausted
CNo, it's illegal
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Question 5 of 7

If I qualify under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), is my employer obligated to accommodate me in any way?

ANo, your employer doesn't have to make any accommodations
BYes, your employer has to make any accommodations you ask for
CYes, but only if the accommodations are considered to be reasonable
ANo, your employer doesn't have to make any accommodations
BYes, your employer has to make any accommodations you ask for
CYes, but only if the accommodations are considered to be reasonable
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Question 6 of 7

Which of these reasonable accommodations may I ask for?

AModified working hours
BChange of location where work is performed
CReserved parking
DAll of the above
AModified working hours
BChange of location where work is performed
CReserved parking
DAll of the above
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Question 7 of 7

What can I do if I think my rights are being violated?

ANothing, except quit
BCall 911
CCall your doctor's office
DContact the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC)
ANothing, except quit
BCall 911
CCall your doctor's office
DContact the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC)
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