I really feel like these documents are underrated. Actually, I can't think of a better source for nuts-and-bolts advice on treating people with disabilities fairly, not just in the workplace but in general. It isn't enough to want to be fair to people with disabilities; in many situations, you have to know how. Instead of rehashing why it's important to accommodate people with disabilities, the EEOC guides provide useful advice on how to do it.
Since intellectual disabilities may be among the least understood and most stigmatized disabilities, I hope this guidance paper is widely read. I'm going to read it now, and I may decide to discuss or nitpick it another time.
Questions & Answers about Persons with Intellectual Disabilities in the Workplace and the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)
U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission