Currently, Crystalens and Trulign Toric IOLs are the only FDA-approved presbyopia-correcting IOLs for cataract surgery that improve near vision by a focusing process called accommodation.
This is why they are classified as "accommodating IOLs." Both lenses are manufactured and distributed by Bausch Lomb.
However, as diversity increases, so too do the differences between employees.
While most of these differences present themselves without difficulty, occasionally, workplace rules or managerial perceptions can restrict the ability of certain employees to perform job tasks.
When the ciliary muscle is relaxed, the lens flattens to enable clear distance vision.
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In these situations, an employer may be faced with a duty to accommodate those employees.
The “duty to accommodate” flows from courts’ interpretation of Human Rights legislation.
Essentially, an employer must provide a workplace that recognizes the differences in a diverse society.
If employees are adversely affected because of a proscribed ground, an employer must seek to “accommodate” those employees to the point of undue hardship.