Employer's Guide to the Americans with Disabilities Act

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Bureau of National Affairs, 1995 - Business & Economics - 591 pages
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More than a legal guide, this is the first book also to give you understandable explanations of common medical conditions in the workplace -- and how to accommodate them.

You get a summary of the ADA, including clear analysis of how you must conform to it. Plus, the author includes guidance on dealing with mental illnesses, the FMLA, medical exams, wellness programs, avoiding violence in the workplace, and more.

You also get:
-- extensive information and source guide for accommodating specific disabilities
-- model company policies on hiring and promoting disabled workers
-- types of lawsuit claims and their employer defenses
-- sample forms for your use

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Qualified Individuals With Disabilities
Physical Facilities
The Hiring Process and Testing

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