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Federal Supervisor's Guide to Workplace Disability and Accommodations
By: Tuck
Price: $135.00
Edition: 1st/2019
Sku: 19WDA
Availability: 2019
Format: Book (+ optional .pdf eBook on CD)
18WDA

Written by Sarah Tuck, a former agency representative, Supervisory Litigation Consultant, and Director of Civil Rights, Federal Supervisor’s Guide to Workplace Disability and Accommodations provides Federal supervisors and managers, personnel specialists, and EEO counselors insight into what the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission is expecting from managers and the agency in today’s world--in practical terms. The book gives readers an understanding of what the terminology of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Americans with Disabilities Amendment Act (ADAAA) really mean, with examples of real life scenarios that managers often face, as well as thorough discussion of a manager’s and employee’s responsibilities when disabilities are raised.

This deskbook is a practical resource designed to help managers on the front line of supervising employees with disabilities, and includes overviews, in common sense terms, of the components of the applicable laws, and other guidance, to include, but not limited to:

The book includes a list of resources useful to federal managers and others using this handbook.

Also includes a detailed table of contents.



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