What Every Manager Should Know About the Americans with Disabilities Act

 

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What Every Manager Should Know About the Americans with Disabilities Act

The Americans with Disabilities Act requires managers to treat disabled employees fairly according to a strict set of guidelines.

Managers need to have a good basic knowledge of the ADA, since they are responsible for interpreting and following its guidelines.

Fortunately, there's a resource you can use to help you make sure you are being both fair and in compliance.

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Dear Manager:

The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) has been called the most important employment legislation since Title VII of the Civil Rights Act. It makes it unlawful for employers to discriminate against individuals with disabilities in regard to hiring, firing, compensation, training, advancement and all other conditions of employment.

All managers should have a clear understanding of the requirements of the ADA and what they must do to comply with it. One compact resource contains the basic information managers need on how to interview, hire, train, promote and appraise individuals with disabilities.

Find out what else you need to know about basic ADA compliance in What Every Manager Should Know About the Americans with Disabilities Act.
If, as a manager, you fail to follow the law when hiring an employee with a disability, you may suffer the consequences in court.
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What Every Manager Should Know About the Americans with Disabilities Act is full of real-life examples of sticky situations, practical advice and suggestions to help you stay in compliance with the ADA. This Guide Booklet – available exclusively via download from our website – is a quick read, but contains a good overview of the basic information you need to help you be both fair and legal, 100% of the time.

Order your copy of What Every Manager Should Know About the Americans with Disabilities Act and find out:
  • What Every Manager Should Know About the ADAThree crucial points that anyone interviewing a person with a disability should follow
  • Some steps you can take to avoid discrimination problems when conducting performance appraisals for employees with disabilities
  • Why you need documentation to support failure to promote if you wind up in court
  • What “reasonable accommodation” requires and does not require of you as a manager
  • Which pre-employment inquiries you absolutely must not ask
If, as a manager, you fail to follow the law when hiring an employee with a disability, you may suffer the consequences in court.
checkbox I'm looking forward to knowing more about ADA compliance and staying out of court. Send me my copy of What Every Manager Should Know About the Americans with Disabilities Act now!
Yes! I want to treat my employees fairly and stay in compliance.
We respect your privacy.
     TABLE OF CONTENTS

        Up Close and Personal with the ADA
        Disability Dilemmas for Today’s Managers: Real Problems, Real Solutions
        Who’s Covered
        Commonly Recognized Disabilities
        What Every Manager Should Know About the ADAHidden Disabilities, Potential Disasters
        Hiring Employees with Disabilities
        Interviewer Essentials
        Reasonable Accommodation
        Beyond Hiring
        Performance Appraisals and ADA
        Delivering Bad News
        By the Book
        EEOC ADA Enforcement Guidelines
        Pre-Employment Inquiries
        More on Accommodations
        Medical Examinations
        Assuming Your Defensive Posture


With this exclusive Guide Booklet, you’ll also read about the steps you must take to prove when accommodation is not possible or under what circumstances a disability can be a threat to other employees. And now this Guide is available to you at a special low rate – just $10.

Don’t let the low price fool you: This handy booklet is packed with information that could avert a lawsuit and keep you in compliance. Download your copy of What Every Manager Should Know About the Americans with Disabilities Act today – and sleep better tonight!


Sincerely,

Pat DiDomenico

Pat DiDomenico
Editorial Director
If, as a manager, you fail to follow the law when hiring an employee with a disability, you may suffer the consequences in court.
checkbox I'm looking forward to knowing more about ADA compliance and staying out of court. Send me my copy of What Every Manager Should Know About the Americans with Disabilities Act now!
Yes! I want to treat my employees fairly and stay in compliance.
We respect your privacy. 
P.S. Remember, there’s absolutely no risk. If you don’t see how you can use the information in this booklet to help you stay within the guidelines of the ADA, we’ll refund your entire purchase price – no questions asked – and you’ll have no further obligation.
P.P.S. Don’t let failure to comply with the ADA lead to a costly lawsuit. Get your copy of What Every Manager Should Know About the Americans with Disabilities Act now!