Before you can settle in to your new workplace and claim loyalty to your new employer, you’ll need a few specific accommodations. And if your employer can’t provide these necessary perks, benefits or allowances, you may not be able to accept the job offer in the first place. But at the same time, we’re all taught from an early age that it’s rude and presumptuous to prevail upon our employers for benefits that will make our own lives easier at some expense to the company. Your employers are generous, benevolent people who are already putting themselves out by giving you the gift of a fair salary, so asking for more would be outrageous and impertinent…right?Wrong. Your employers benefit greatly from the work you provide, and if you need (or want) certain accommodations in return, it’s a good idea to just speak up and ask for them. And the earlier in the process you make your desires known, the better. Here are a few tips that can help you get what you need.