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Managing Your Chronic Disease and Your Job

Employers can assist employees with chronic diseases in a variety of ways, including encouraging employees to participate in healthful activities at work. These types of activities can assist minimize health-care expenses while also improving employee health and productivity; they can benefit employees who already have chronic problems as well as those who are at risk of developing them.

If you know your condition may interfere with your capacity to work, inform your manager ahead of time. Companies must provide reasonable accommodations when requested under the Americans with Disabilities Act, whether that means company support, scheduling flexibility, or supplementary instructions on assignments. More information is available in the linked resource.

Managing Work with a Chronic Health Condition from Gordon Law Group, an employment law group
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