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JAN Publishes Updated Findings. JAN recently published annual research findings on the benefits and costs of accommodation. This document, Accommodation and Compliance Series: Low Cost, High Impact, summarizes data collected from 2,744 employers. The report reveals that the benefits employers receive from making workplace accommodations far outweigh the associated costs. Dive in deeper by downloading your copy of the publication today.
JAN Bids Farewell to Lou. Lou Orslene leaves JAN to pursue career in support of the Department of Defense. Lou Orslene served as the Associate Director of JAN. As a part of his leadership role at JAN, Lou provided training throughout the U.S., facilitated the strategic planning process, managed strategic partnerships, and worked closely with outreach and education staff. To learn more about Lou's departure, read his bid goodbye.
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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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