Join the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) and JAN as representatives provided participants with the latest developments in the application of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) in the workplace, some practical tips for compliance, and answers to tough ADA questions.
The USBLN’s Going for Gold (GFG) Program has had exceptional results in supporting companies to hire people with disabilities. Leslie Wilson, US Business Leadership Network’s Vice President of Workplace Initiatives, and Deb Dagit, Principal of Deb Dagit Diversity and Consultant for the GFG Program, will talk about the program’s successes as well as its focus to connect participating corporate partners with USBLN subject matter experts (SMEs) thereby uniting the company and SMEs around disability inclusion through leading practices and tools. USBLN SMEs are recognized leaders in disability inclusion and work...
Do you experience challenges with employees who have mental health impairments? If so, then ask the JAN Psych Team for assistance! From the hiring process to accommodations on the job, including difficult topics such as disclosure, attendance, performance, and conduct, JAN consultants Melanie and Sarah can provide guidance on challenging mental health workplace issues that can help you maintain a more productive workplace environment.
Join us as we chat with folks from Communication Service for the Deaf to discuss and explore how to increase workforce diversity by hiring employees who are deaf, hard of hearing and/or speech-disabled.
Tune in and stay up-to-date on current events in job accommodation, including tough accommodation situations, tricky ADA issues, and technology challenges. JAN consultants provided practical tips for handling these and other job accommodation issues.
Join JAN and the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) for a free webcast about Section 501 and the new affirmative action requirements that go into effect in January 2018 regarding the provision of personal assistance services (PAS) for eligible federal employees. The EEOC will also provide information about the elements of reasonable accommodation procedures for federal agencies.
This Webcast will be an open forum to discuss a variety of tough ADA title I employment issues. Participants will have the opportunity to submit ADA questions in advance of the program, to be addressed during the session. The presenter will touch-on several trending ADA topics, including some of the more challenging questions JAN receives about dogs at work, disability-related inquiries, and telework and leave as accommodations.