The American with Disabilities Act’s mandate of equal access for people with disabilities extends beyond public accommodations and commercial facilities. While the ADA has created clear-cut guidelines and requirements for public access, many people with disabilities continue to face various forms of discrimination in the workplace. Disability rights laws require employers to take affirmative steps to provide reasonable accommodations in the workplace so that people with disabilities have fair and equal access to employment opportunities. There are many different kinds of accommodations that can be reasonable for an employer to make. The discussion below gives an overview of some of the considerations involved in the employment setting.