Accommodations related to stress-related psychological disabilities are on the rise. Rachel is not a lawyer, she is an HR practitioner and as such focuses on process. While participants will leave the presentation with an understanding of ADA law as it relates psychological disability compliance, the most valuable and tangible asset attendees will receive is a practical and implementable process with which to employ the disability interactive process. This means a step-by-step, how-to guide including templates, samples and scripts. Practical and field-tested, her process is simple, comprehensive and most importantly supports employers to make reasonable accommodation decisions they can feel confident about.
This training is eligible for the following professional development credits: SHRM and IMPA
Information in this session is not presented as legal guidance, nor is it representative of current nor future requirements of compliance.
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