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Gucker v U.S. Steel – Functional Capacity Evaluation Implications

The ADA Title I Medical Examination Specialist (T1MES) designation recognizes the individual who has acquired the knowledge, skill, experience, training, and education to design and administer a medical examination as defined in 42 U.S. Code § 12112 – Discrimination (d) medical examinations and inquiries.

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Municipal Worker with Two Disabilities

This blog post is based on a question from a participant in a recent webinar. “I have a situation where I performed an FCE (a one-day worker evaluation) on an individual who is a municipal worker.  He has been on light duty for a biceps tendon repair, and...

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A $1,600,000 ADA Title I Power Shortage at Georgia Power

November 15, 2016 Updated August 2018 (keywords: essential function job analysis, Americans with Disabilities Act, title I, human resource, reasonable accommodation, employment testing, cognitive, physical, disability) Three years ago, I coached a physical...

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Shining a Light on Fit-for-Duty

Fitness-for-Duty Vendor Entangles Cummins Power in Title 1 and GINA Trap Here is another cautionary tale for employers who hire outside medical professionals to administer ADA Title 1 employment tests. Although occupational therapists, physical therapists,...

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Terminated Without Accommodation

  Sometimes you do all the right things and still end up with the short end of the stick. Glen Janisch, the human resource manager for Battle Creek’s RockTenn paper and packaging manufacturer stepped away from his desk to have open heart coronary bypass...

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Roy Matheson’s Blog

Gucker v U.S. Steel – Functional Capacity Evaluation Implications

The ADA Title I Medical Examination Specialist (T1MES) designation recognizes the individual who has acquired the knowledge, skill, experience, training, and education to design and administer a medical examination as defined in 42 U.S. Code § 12112 – Discrimination (d) medical examinations and inquiries.

read more

Municipal Worker with Two Disabilities

This blog post is based on a question from a participant in a recent webinar. “I have a situation where I performed an FCE (a one-day worker evaluation) on an individual who is a municipal worker.  He has been on light duty for a biceps tendon repair, and...

read more

A $1,600,000 ADA Title I Power Shortage at Georgia Power

November 15, 2016 Updated August 2018 (keywords: essential function job analysis, Americans with Disabilities Act, title I, human resource, reasonable accommodation, employment testing, cognitive, physical, disability) Three years ago, I coached a physical...

read more

Shining a Light on Fit-for-Duty

Fitness-for-Duty Vendor Entangles Cummins Power in Title 1 and GINA Trap Here is another cautionary tale for employers who hire outside medical professionals to administer ADA Title 1 employment tests. Although occupational therapists, physical therapists,...

read more

Terminated Without Accommodation

  Sometimes you do all the right things and still end up with the short end of the stick. Glen Janisch, the human resource manager for Battle Creek’s RockTenn paper and packaging manufacturer stepped away from his desk to have open heart coronary bypass...

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