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Library of Situations and Solutions. JAN offers a variety of situations and solutions on AskJAN.org. Check out the A to Z By Topic pages and learn more about how and where to find out more information on a topic that interests you. Some of the more popular scenarios are found under Americans with Disabilities Act Amendments Act, Association with a Person with a Disability, Medical Exams and inquiries, Third-Party Vendors, Online Applications, and Disability Management.
SF-256 Revisions. The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) released a joint memorandum with the U.S. Office of Personnel Management (OPM) highlighting revisions to OPM's SF-256 Self-Identification of Disability Form. The revised SF-256 assists federal agencies in increasing the employment of people with disabilities and particularly employees with targeted or severe disabilities. The revisions make it easier for employees with disabilities to self-identify during on-boarding or when their disability status changes during their career. Learn more about the revisions and additional resources from the EEOC/OPM memorandum.
From the Consultants' Corner
Ask the Cognitive Team
Ask the JAN cognitive/neurological team for solutions to your most pressing questions about accommodating employees with cognitive deficits such as reading, writing, memory, concentration, organization, time management, and more. No...
Creating Inclusion at Northrop Grumman Corporation: The Career of Bob Vetere
With leadership from Bob Vetere, Northrop Grumman Corporation (NGC) has become one of the most inclusive companies for individuals with disabilities and more specifically Veterans with disabilities. Self-identification rates for...