The Americans with Disabilities Act and The Rehabilitation Act of 1973 requires all employers to make reasonable accommodations for employees with disabilities and does not specify the types of disabilities which are protected, leaving this decision up to the courts to decide when there is a dispute. Employers with more than 15 employees who will not suffer undue hardship from making such accommodations must abide by the ADA. "The Rehabilitation Act also goes beyond providing legal protections. It provides for direct services to people with disabilities which help them to become qualified for employment" (Leuchovius 2014). I predict in the future that the range of disabilities will be expanded considerably, including a wider range of mental health conditions and unseen disabilities, versus those more obviously manifested in a physical way, such as veterans with PTSD.

Labor Unions

Labor unions are considerably more powerful in Europe. Germany, for example, has...
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