Working With Employees Who Can’t Work: Managing Medical Conditions Under FMLA & ADA [Webinar]

By Gibson - Aug 30, 2017 6:30:00 AM

Webinar-2-Thumbnail-1.pngHandling employees who have medical conditions that restrict their ability to do their job - this is one of the most difficult and important topics employers face today.

The Americans with Disabilities Act and the Family and Medical Leave Act are two laws greatly impacting this issue. But these acts, and all of their intricacies, can be hard to manage in your workplace.

What do these laws mean for you as an employer? Who is protected/eligible under each? What constitutes a qualified individual? What does the interactive process for reasonable accommodation include? What documentation is recommended related to these matters? Is there any training you should conduct with supervisors to ensure compliance? What information must the employee provide?

We know there is a lot of noise in the HR world, and especially with confusing topics such as these, it can be hard to keep up. That’s why we’ve brought in labor & employment law expert John Kuehn, Partner at LaDue | Curran | Kuehn, to address these issues.

Ready to turn down the volume and tackle these HR challenges? Tune into the webinar to learn:

  • Overview of the Americans with Disabilities Act and the Family and Medical Leave Act
  • Understanding of who is protected/eligible under these laws
  • How each law impacts your organization and your responsibilities as an employer
Managing Employees With Medical Conditions Webinar

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