A workplace accommodation is a modification or adjustment to a job, the work environment, or the way in which a job is usually done that enables an individual with a disability, who is otherwise qualified to perform a job, to attain the same level of performance and to enjoy the same benefits and privileges of employment. Examples of workplace accommodations include ergonomic equipment and/or modification to a workstation, use of assistive technology, use of auxiliary aides and/or services, leave, modifications to work schedule, etc.