Full course description
Sometimes hearing about mistakes others have made can help you from making the same mistake. Title I of the ADA requires employers to provide reasonable accommodations to qualified individuals with disabilities. Failure to provide an accommodation is a form of disability discrimination. Handling ADA accommodation requests is tricky. But having a good ADA policy, making sure employees acknowledge receipt of the policy, and properly instructing managers how to deal with requests are essential tools to help prevent unforeseen disability discrimination claims. EEOC’s Joe Bontke will take you through what is current in accommodations in the workplace.
Presenter: Joe Bontke