Part II – Getting the Most from Title I of the Americans with Disabilities Act

This is the 2nd blog in the 3-part series. This three part blog series will acquaint you with the hiring, disability, and absence management tools Congress provided to employers through Title I of the amended Americans with Disabilities Act. ************************************************************************************ Module Two – ADA Title I: Understanding the Tools Available to Employers The Congress of […]

The reasonable accommodation provision of Title I of the ADAAA is the one of the three most active enforcement areas of the law.

The reasonable accommodation provision of Title I of the ADAAA is the one of the three most active enforcement areas of the law. Posted on Thu, Oct 03, 2013 @ 12:53 PM When injury, disability, or anger keeps a worker from being productive, we have a “case”. Roy describes a step-by-step model for using such tools as […]

Matheson Philosophy on Workplace Safety and Work Injury Evaluation

The Americans with Disabilities Act Amendments Act (ADAAA) has changed the world of employment testing forever. Virtually all job-attached return-to-work decisions must now be filtered through the prism of the ADAAA. (“Job-attached” means that the patient-worker-transferee has first right of refusal to the target job.) Functional capacity evaluation for the purpose of return-to-work, functional capacity […]