One Size Does Not Fit All: Avoiding Common ADAAA Mistakes. FERMA Conference July 2014. Speaker. Sandy Johnson Disability and Productivity Consultant since 2010 Develops, promotes and implements Workplace Possibilities ℠ program Joined The Standard in 1997 as a Vocational Case Manager.
FERMA Conference July 2014
Disability and Productivity Consultant since 2010
Develops, promotes and implements Workplace Possibilities℠ program
Joined The Standard in 1997 as a Vocational Case Manager.
Prior to The Standard, assisted injured workers in returning to work, designed ergonomic training programs for supervisors and employees, and worked with clients in substance abuse program
Certified Rehabilitation Counselor since 1984.
Master’s degree in Guidance and Counseling from the University of Idaho
The information contained in the following slides are for general information purposes, and should not be relied upon or treated as legal advice or substitute as advice for any particular circumstance. The examples presented may have been modified to fit the format and time allotted for this presentation.
The accommodations selected and discussed are not the “right” accommodations but those that fit the particular facts and circumstances of the situations presented. Opinions expressed throughout this presentation are the opinions of Sandy and do not reflect the opinions of The Standard, which accepts no liability for any consequences or actions taken on the basis of the information provided.
1) Maximum leave policy
2) “No restrictions” policy
-5th Circuit – obesity is probably a disability
-1st Circuit – obesity can be a disability
-2nd & 6th Circuits – a physiological condition related to obesity can be a disability