Title I Employment: Interviews, Disclosure, Reasonable Accommodations, Resources & The Americans with Disabilities Act Cindy Held Tarshish. Supporting Facts and Statistics. 54 million people with disabilities = 3rd largest market segment
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Interviews, Disclosure, Reasonable Accommodations, Resources &
The Americans with Disabilities Act
Cindy Held Tarshish
The ADA prohibits discrimination against individuals with disabilities through the following five Titles of the Act:
No employer shall discriminate against any qualified individual with a disability in regard to any aspect of employment.
Aspects of employment include:
An individual with a “disability” is someone who:
Employees, with or without disabilities, should be able to:
The employer must have a reasonable belief based on objective evidence that a particular employee:
Factors to consider in assessing direct threat:
A reasonable accommodation is:
Reasonable accommodations include:
Actions that are not required:
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