Employee's rejection of ADA reasonable accomodation
The ADA regs state that if the employer offers a reasonable accomodation, the employee may reject it, but then the employee is not considered a "qualified individual with a disability". My question is what happens if the employer is able to provide accommodation A, B, and C, but prefers A because it better suits the business, although none would be considered an undue hardship. Accommodation A is offered, and employee rejects. Is there any obligation on the employer to offer accommodation B and/or C, or is the selection of the reasonable accommodation solely within the employer's discretion? Thanks in advance.