In addition to helping individuals find work, job coaches also assist employers in providing job accommodations. They do this by learning details of a job as part of employee training. The coach analyzes the requirements of the job before placing a client and then accompanies workers with disabilities to the workplace for a specified period of time. Job coaches play a vital role in retention efforts as well and assist employers in keeping workers who have been vetted and trained. They serve as a liaison between the employee and manager to resolve communication issues, make sure the employee’s transportation needs are met and provide ongoing training.