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If my employer doesn’t know my underlying condition or diagnosis, how do they know if the accommodation request is reasonable?

TLDR; Both Disclo and the employee’s medical provider are verifying the authenticity of the documentation and validating that the specific accommodation is appropriate for the condition listed by the employee.

Team Disclo
March 26, 2024

In an effort to protect employee privacy, as well as offer a safe place for employees to share outside of their HR department, Disclo never shares the nature of one’s disability with employers. TBH, it shouldn’t even matter. 

We utilize our HIPAA compliant, two-layer authentication process. Your medical documentation is reviewed both by a medical provider and our internal staff here at Disclo.

If you want to share your underlying condition with your manager, HR department, or team, that’s entirely up to you! We’ll provide you with resources and tools to facilitate these conversations should they choose to do so. We know that self-disclosure is a very personal and often highly stigmatized act for people, which is why Disclo keeps this information 100% secure.

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