Reasonable Accommodations Under the ADA

Thursday, December 14, 2017 | 2:00 p.m. ET / 11:00 a.m. PT

The Americans with Disabilities Act provides broad protection to disabled individuals. According to some estimates, over 1/3 of Americans have a condition which, depending upon their job, may qualify for protection under the ADA. One of the most critical employer requirements under the ADA is the provision of reasonable accommodations to qualified individuals with disabilities. These accommodations may take many forms and what is “reasonable” varies from employer to employer. This one hour webinar provides practical guidance on how to manage the reasonable accommodation process and reduce employer liability.

Presenter - Chris Brown

Over the past decade Chris has trained thousands of consultants, managers and HR generalists while supporting companies throughout the United States on complex HR, benefits and regulatory compliance issues. Chris focuses on limiting employer liability through compliance with relevant employment laws, the development and implementation of effective policies and ongoing reinforcement of best practices through supervisor and employee training. Chris has been certified by the HR Certification Institute (HRCI) as a Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR), which is the senior-most human resources certification for those who have demonstrated a strategic mastery of the HR body of knowledge.

A scholar of both business and the social sciences, Chris applies methods from disciplines such as anthropology, linguistics and psychology to business problems.

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