This Check Card demonstrates "Do's" and "Do Not's" for managing employees under the ADA.
This check card is a printable resource with practical advice for the dos and don'ts of the Americans with Disabilities Act.
This presentation will walk you through some rules and scenarios regarding the management of employees under the ADA.
This InfoPAK provides an overview of the administrative process and the necessary steps the employer must take to properly respond to an agency charge of discrimination. A quick and thorough response ...
This InfoPAK explores corporate employee wellness programs, highlighting the benefits and challenges employers face when developing such programs. It examines both mandatory and voluntary employee ...
This QuickCounsel reviews the application of the Americans with Disabilities Act and related regulations to a company's online activities.
An introduction to the ADA and it's components.
An introduction to Equal Employment regulations in the United States.
Tips for preventing discrimination and harassment in the workplace. This guide includes US Federal Anti-Discrimination laws covering sexual harassment, employer liability and much more.
They may be embarrassed that they drool, or stutter or can’t walk stairs, or have to take extra time in the restroom and yet the employer is required by law to accommodate an individual. The following ...
This Top Ten summarizes key aspects of the new ADA Title III Regulations.
This is a quick reference of points that need to be met to be considered disabled under the ADA. Also includes reasonable accommodations that may be necessary.
When President Bush signed the ADA Amendments Act of 2008, his approval ushered in a plethora of changes that redefined how the law responds to persons with disabilities. In-house counsel need to ...
In enacting the ADAAA, Congress expressly overturned several landmark ADA Supreme Court decisions and directed courts to interpret the term “disability” very broadly. Employers and corporate counsel ...
This list of frequently asked questions about the Americans with Disabilities Act, prepared by the EEOC, US Department of Justice Civil Rights Division, will provide you with all of the answers you'll ...
This list contains the telephone numbers and Internet addresses of federal agencies and other organizations that provide information about the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and informal guidance ...
This guide provides an overview of Federal civil rights laws that ensure equal opportunity for people with disabilities.
A sample employer ADA general policy.