Understand the rights of disabled employees under the Americans with Disabilities Act
Although the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) has been a factor in the workplace since 1990, many office managers and administrators still have misconceptions about what the law requires. Unfortunately, many practices don't take the time to understand the ADA until it's too late and they're faced with a lawsuit, according to Tom Ealey, associate professor of business administration at Alma (MI) College.
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