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Find out the answers to some common questions about diabetes in the workplace and the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).
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People with diabetes sometimes face discrimination in the workplace. Learn more about what constitutes workplace discrimination, what rights you have, and how to take action to stop discrimination.
Controlling symptoms is critical to controlling your diabetes. Here's how experts say you can do the job while on the job.
If you have diabetes, the issue of your employment rights can seem a bit complicated. Still there are some basic guidelines anyone with diabetes who is or wants to become gainfully employed should know.
Individuals with diabetes successfully perform all types of jobs from heading major corporations to protecting public safety.

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