May 2017 - The most recent annual “Workplace Accommodations: Low Cost, High Impact” study conducted by the Job Accommodation Network (JAN) indicated that the majority (59 percent) of workplace accommodations cost nothing, while for those that do, the typical small expenditure pays for itself in the form of reduced workers’ compensation and training costs and increased productivity and morale. Employers in the JAN study, which has been conducted since 2004, represented a range of industry sectors and sizes and contacted JAN for information about workplace accommodations, the ADA, or both.
Workplace Accommodations: Low Cost, High Impact Study
What is the bottom line? Workplace accommodations are low cost and high impact, and JAN can help employers make them, free of charge.source: United States Department of Labor