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When Mary Sloane interviewed for a cashier's position with a national chain, she told the interviewer that as a result of a work-related injury in a previous job, her doctor had restricted her from certain activities. Despite the restrictions, Sloane was hired and performed her job duties with some accommodation, mainly through assistance from other employees.

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