ADA Disability Compliance and Mental Health
August 20 @ 10:00 am - 3:00 pm
Accommodations related to stress-related psychological disabilities are on the rise. Situations can be challenging especially when linked to depression, stress, learning disabilities, working with others and personality issues. Layer in COVID-19, and circumstances can get even more complicated. 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/FEHA law as it relates to mental and 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.