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Archived JAN Webinars and Webcasts

List of archived webinars and webcasts conducted by JAN.

Archived JAN Webinars and Webcasts

Presented: 06/16/2020
Working 9 to 5 isn’t the only way to make a living anymore, and workplace policies related to when and where work is performed continue to evolve to allow employees the flexibility that is needed to be productive at work and also manage personal and disability-related needs. Workplace programs that allow for telework and flexible work schedules can enable all employees to balance work and non-work responsibilities. These programs can also normalize workplace flexibility, making the need to request disability-related accommodations a non-issue. This JAN training will explore ADA issues...
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Presented: 05/19/2020
Return to Work (RTW) and Stay at Work (SAW) programs are part of a business’s strategy to retain valued employees and to enhance the productivity of its workforce. This presentation will address RTW and SAW programs, which help employees continue or resume working following the onset of a disability through job changes and/or accommodations. This session will cover the benefits of RTW and SAW programs and their role in broader disability management initiatives, which could include compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and similar laws.
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Presented: 04/14/2020
Join JAN Sensory Team Consultants Teresa Goddard and Brittany Lambert for an overview of frequently requested workplace accommodations for individuals who are deaf or hard of hearing. From interpreters to hearing aid compatible stethoscopes, we will explore solutions and technologies that can be implemented to assist employees in accessing information and communicating and to enhance workplace inclusiveness across a broad range of settings and industries.
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Presented: 03/10/2020
Do you receive the information you need from healthcare providers, and others, in support of the ADA interactive accommodation process? Employers may seek reasonable documentation after receiving a request for accommodation, but there are no standard ADA forms, and there is no required procedure for gathering this information. This can lead to a “bring me a rock” kind of game when ADA decision makers aren’t exactly sure what information is needed to effectively engage in the interactive process. Employers need practical guidance and resources for collecting disability-related information from appropriate...
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Presented: 02/11/2020
Attend this webcast to learn more about current events related to job accommodations, the Americans with Disabilities Act, and the Job Accommodation Network.
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Presented: 01/14/2020
Understanding key issues and accommodating mental health impairments in the workplace can be challenging. Start this new year (and decade) off right by learning more about successful and doable accommodation approaches to help in challenging situations that involve leave, returning to work, supervisory changes, telework, stress reduction, completing essential functions, and more.
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Upcoming Webinars and Webcasts

07/14/2020
2:00 PM - 3:00 PM Eastern