From the ADA to Young v. UPS: What Employers Need to Know About Accommodating Disabilities
On March 25, 2015, the United States Supreme Court issued its opinion in a pregnancy discrimination case, Young v. UPS. This case involved a charge that the employer, UPS, did not provide a reasonable accommodation to its employee, Peggy Young.
This 30 on Thursday session will review key definitions of the Americans with Disabilities Act, discuss current law and guidance in light of Young v. UPS, and identify the steps to take when responding to an employee’s request for a reasonable accommodation.
Responding to employees' requests for accommodations under the ADA has become even more complicated under new EEOC guidance, current interpretations of the ADAAA, and recent court decisions. How can you be sure you understand what is required?
Learn what the ADA currently requires and how you can avoid common mistakes when assessing ADA accommodation requests. The program will cover:
- Tips for engaging in the interactive process
- Steps to avoid ADA pitfalls
This webinar is scheduled to start Thursday, April 16, 2015 starting at 9:30 a.m. (CDT).
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