Limitations to the Duty to Accommodate

"The Duty to Accommodate: When is the Point of Undue Hardship Reached?" First Reference Talks

The Board of Inquiry held that on-call weekend and overnight work was a bona fide occupational requirement and undue hardship is met, where the employer has made a good faith effort to accommodate the employee. The employee's proposed accommodation to his work schedule was found to be too great a burden on other teammates and the employers need to manage the workforce.