The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) is a civil rights law that was established in 1990 that prohibits discrimination against individuals with disabilities in all areas of public life.
As an employer, do you know what's considered a disability under the ADA as far as employment is concerned?
Even if you do, are you certain you're offering the same employment rights and opportunities to everyone in the workplace, despite disabilities, every time, without error? This includes recruiting, promotions, pay, benefits, training, and much more.
Abiding by this law is essential, especially Title 1 (the employment section) as there are serious legal consequences for violating the ADA, not to mention negative aftereffects on your company's reputation.
The Americans with Disabilities Act Fundamentals
You’ll learn about all this and more by watching our free webinar. This hour-long webinar will be hosted by Nannette Madera, PHR, and will go into the following:
- ADA details about Title 1, the section of the law regarding employment
- What constitutes a disability?
- How to accommodate disabled workers
- The steps to an interactive process
To watch our free prerecorded webinar, click the link below: