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Supporting employees after a leave of absence

Supporting employees after a leave of absence

Returning to work after an extended absence can be an overwhelming experience for any employee. When the absence is due to an illness or injury, navigating the journey back to work can be even more complicated. An employee may be unable to return to their prior...
Assessing an accommodation request: The top three elements to consider

Assessing an accommodation request: The top three elements to consider

Employers play a key role in supporting disabled employees in performing the essential duties of their job. While not all conditions require an accommodation, any employee with a disabling condition covered by the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) has a right to...
Accommodations – When and how to conduct the interactive process

Accommodations – When and how to conduct the interactive process

When it comes to disability, there’s much for employers to be versed in, particularly as it relates to the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). One area often considered difficult for employers to navigate is when and how to conduct the interactive process for...
Breaking down barriers in implementing effective accommodations

Breaking down barriers in implementing effective accommodations

Working with a disability can be challenging for many reasons. From physical barriers and accessibility issues to struggles with fair treatment and inclusion, disabled workers can encounter significant obstacles that may prevent them from entering or remaining in the...