It is the mission of career.place to ensure all applicants have an equal and fair opportunity when applying for jobs. With that in mind, during the application process, qualified individuals with disabilities have the option to request Reasonable Accommodations in the application process. This question will only appear when a job application contains elements such as timed quizzes, timed homework and/or video interview questions configured by the employer to not allow re-recording of responses. Responding with YES to the Reasonable Accommodations question will turn all timers off and, if configured, allow a video interview question response to be re-recorded by the applicant.
A qualified individual with a disability is a person who meets legitimate skill, experience, education, or other requirements of an employment position that he or she holds or seeks, and who can perform the "essential functions" of the position with or without reasonable accommodation. Requiring the ability to perform "essential" functions assures that an individual will not be considered unqualified simply because of inability to perform marginal or incidental job functions. If the individual is qualified to perform essential job functions except for limitations caused by a disability, the employer must consider whether the individual could perform these functions with a reasonable accommodation. If a written job description has been prepared in advance of advertising or interviewing applicants for a job, this will be considered as evidence, although not necessarily conclusive evidence, of the essential functions of the job.