The Americans with Disabilities Act: What Supervisors Need to Know
Shows readers how the ADA will impact their work environments--so they can avoid discrimination and lawsuits. Readers will find a clear-cut, legal definition of disability, an organization's legal obligations to disabled employees, and employees' rights to file charges of employee discrimination. Part of the Business Skills Express series.
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