Upcoming Event: ADA Reasonable Accommodations and Dealing with the EEOC

Upcoming Event: ADA Reasonable Accommodations and Dealing with the EEOC

On Wednesday, July 11, 2018, beginning at 10:00 am (PDT), Robert L. Rediger will present a 75-minute teleconference webinar to a national audience on “Reasonable Accommodation Under the ADA and Strategies for Dealing With the EEOC.” The teleconference may be listened to on your phone with the materials made available on your computer in PDF format. Mr. Rediger will provide attendees with a practical frame of reference that will enable them to respond to requests for “reasonable accommodations” under the Americans With Disabilities Act.

The seminar will cover:

  1. The duty to reasonably accommodate a “disability” under the ADA;
  2. The five questions to ask to determine whether an employer is obligated to reasonably accommodate a disability;
  3. Under what circumstances must a leave of absence be granted as a reasonable accommodation;
  4. Emerging requests for accommodations (telecommuting, service animals and “retroactive leniency”);
  5. What Human Resource Professionals should do before a charge is filed with the EEOC; and
  6. What attorneys representing employers should do after a charge is filed with the EEOC.


Click here for more information and to register.