Tag: ADA

Department management, Marketing

Launching a Business Website? Here’s What You Need to Know About Accessibility

September 26, 2022

Via: Entrepreneur

You are about to launch your business website. Congratulations! You have registered the domain name, got your swanky logo and a few Instagram-worthy images and wrote a catchy copy. You are just a few clicks away from taking your website […]

Administration, General organization management

What You Need to Do When an Employee Is Addicted to Drugs

February 25, 2021

Via: Inc.

Carl Hart, a professor of neuroscience and psychology at Columbia University, thinks all drugs should be legal. That’s not a shocking viewpoint-the state of Oregon just decriminalized possession of small amounts of drugs, including heroin, methamphetamine, and LSD. Portugal did […]

Department management, Information Technology

How to Make Your Website ADA Compliant and Avoid Accessibility Lawsuits

August 20, 2019

Via: Small Business Trends

Recently, many lawsuits have targeted SMBs on behalf of consumers with disabilities who are unable to fully access their websites. In fact, small businesses have found themselves sued at an unprecedented rate in the last several years. And this often […]

Association, Organization management

New ADA guidance reveals 8 things employers need to know

March 3, 2016

Via: HR Morning

The ADA’s interactive process has been one of the more vexing aspects of employment law recently. Not only has the EEOC ramped up its oversight of this complex area, but the regulations surrounding the interactive process don’t paint a black-and-white […]

Department management, Financial, Personal information & knowledge management, Self-management

Court’s wellness ruling is good news, but beware of ACA interaction

January 25, 2016

Via: HR Morning

Employers and employer-side attorneys have been celebrating a recent court ruling that shot down an EEOC lawsuit. The suit claimed major components of an employer’s wellness program were illegal. But the celebration may be short-lived due to the ACA. The […]

Personal information & knowledge management, Self-management

Some real guidance on where ADA and FMLA overlap

January 18, 2016

Via: HR Morning

After the ADA was expanded, courts have consistently ruled that employers must consider offering additional leave as a “reasonable accommodation” for disabled employees after they exhaust their FMLA allotment. Problem is, employers have been given very little guidance as to […]