Do you have questions about your rights during the COVID-19 Pandemic? Visit the ADA’s Know Your Rights COVID-19 page for more information.
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.
The American Diabetes Association has a four step approach to ending discrimination: educate, negotiate, litigate, legislate. In the employment setting, educating your employer about your diabetes can be a particularly useful way to meet your diabetes care needs at work.
What does "direct threat" mean? Can I be fired for having hypoglycemia on the job?
What are reasonable accommodations? What accommodations do people with diabetes need?
Learn ways to accommodate your employees' diabetes and find resources to assist you in understanding how to comply with the Americans with Disabilities Act.
Commercial driver’s license
Information on special rules that apply to commercial drivers with diabetes.