Avoid 10 Common ADA Mistakes in 2015.
The ADA Amendments Act of 2008 broadened the definition of disability previously established by the ADA and effectively expanded the group of people who would qualify as disabled. The amendments put more pressure on employers to provide reasonable accommodations and created more potential liability for companies that are not in careful observance of the law. This article provides helpful guidance for employers to follow, as well as common mistakes to avoid.
What Employers Can Do
There are steps employers can take to protect themselves from liability and prepare their company in case of a future lawsuit.
Employers have specific responsibilities under the ADA; failure to adhere to these responsibilities can result in lawsuits and significant penalties. There are steps employers can take to protect themselves from liability and avoid common ADA mistakes.
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