(1) The Department of Administration shall:
(a) periodically review and update, as needed, reasonable accommodation and equal access rules, processes, and procedures; and
(b) design and develop training for employees that includes reasonable accommodations, reasonable modifications, and effective communication processes and procedures.
(2) Agency managers shall:
(a) provide reasonable accommodations to known physical or mental limitations of otherwise qualified employees or applicants with disabilities unless doing so would create an undue hardship;
(b) make reasonable modifications to policies, practices, or procedures unless doing so would create an undue financial or administrative burden or fundamentally alter the nature of a service, program, or activity;
(c) offer equally effective communications to people with disabilities and post public notice statements in areas frequented by employees and the public and on the agency's web site to increase awareness of individual rights and the state's responsibilities under the ADA;
(d) include a reasonable accommodation statement in all job listings; and
(e) provide a copy of these rules to all employees.