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Disability Discrimination and the good Faith Interactive Process (HRM240B)
Presented By : Kristine Kwong
(*) Above is single user price, for multiple users, call 1-800-223-8720

Pre Recorded Audio Conference

60 minutes
  •  Thu, February 20, 2014
Event Description

Know How To Accommodate Employees With Disabilities

It’s imperative for the employers to comprehend the disabilities under the Americans with Disabilities Act, and the tricky areas of how to accommodate employees with disabilities.

In this informative 60 minute session, Kristine Kwong will discuss how to satisfy the good faith aspect of the American Disabilities Act. She will shed light on how to determine the essential and non essential job functions of the position, and the various options available when an accommodation is not possible. She will also provide insights on scenarios when termination is appropriate.

In addition, Kristine will help you identify when an employee has a disability, when to start the interactive process and how to properly identify accommodations for employees.

Session Highlights:

  1. Learn to identify disabilities
  2. Learn to identify essential functions of a position
  3. Identify ways of accommodating employees
  4. Know when transfer, demotion or termination is an accommodation
  5. Understand when to deny an accommodation

Who should attend?

Human Resource Professionals, Department Heads and Business Owners responsible for personnel matters.

About Our Speaker

Kristine Kwong, Human Resource Laws ExpertKristine Kwong
Ms. Kwong is a Partner with the Law Firm of Musick, Peeler & Garrett, located in Los Angeles, California. She represents both public and private sector in all aspects of labor and employment law. She regularly counsels clients on all federal and state mandated programs such as the Family and Medical Leave Act, the ... More info Protection Status