ADA Compliance Manual
This practical guide reviews the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) guidelines and provides plain-English explanations. The new changes under the ADA Amendments Act of 2008 are included. The manual explains ADA accessibility guidelines related to hiring, training, and compensation and gives advice for determining whether an employee is disabled, accommodating disabled employees, training supervisors to ensure hiring and promotion practices are compliant.
The ADA Compliance Manual provides helpful answers and guidance on topics including:
- What is the ADA?
- What is a Disability?
- What it means to be 'regarded' as disabled
- Providing Accommodations
- Legal Issues
- Setting up a Compliance Program
- Job Descriptions and Interviewing
- Court Cases
- Relationship of the ADA to other laws
- And much more
The ADAAA will result in more employees being protected – are you prepared to accommodate?
Title: ADA Compliance Manual
Author: J. J. Keller
Inquiries related to ability to perform job functions
An interviewer may obtain information about an applicant’s ability to perform essential job functions and about any need for accommodation in several ways, depending on the particular job