TrainingBriefs™ The ADA - Questions About Hiring
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TrainingBriefs™ The ADA - Questions About Hiring

5 Minutes Level: Intermediate

New Micro-Learning! As a manager, have you ever asked yourself “How does the ADA affect me when in comes to hiring people?” Remember, essential function is generally defined, as one of the fundamental duties of the job related to the reason the job exists. In this course, we’ll take a closer look at essential function and how it affects you under the ADA.

Target Audience: Managers / Supervisors
Language: English

Features

  • Audio Narration
  • Interactive Exercises
  • Job Aids and Reference Materials
  • Video
  • Accessible / 508 Compliant
  • Post-Assessment

Learning Objectives

  • Understand how the ADA affect on the hiring people.
  • Use the four key concepts.
  • Understand what is an essential function under the ADA.

Description

New Micro-Learning! As a manager, have you ever asked yourself “How does the ADA affect me when in comes to hiring people?” Remember, essential function is generally defined, as one of the fundamental duties of the job related to the reason the job exists. In this course, we’ll take a closer look at essential function and how it affects you under the ADA.

The ADA does not require you to hire someone because he or she has a disability. An individual must be able to perform the essential functions of the job. While the law does not require you to restructure or eliminate any essential function, reasonable accommodations that do not put undue hardship on the organization should be fully explored.

Job Aids and Reference Materials

  • ADA Key Concepts
    1 page

Learning Topics

Industry Settings

  • Healthcare
  • Industrial & Manufacturing
  • Office & General
  • Retail

Compatiblity Notes

  • Modern Browsers: Chrome 60+, Firefox 60+, Safari 12+, Edge, Internet Explorer 10+
  • Mobile Browsers: Android Chrome on Android 7+, Apple Safari on iPhone&iPad
  • Mobile App: TrainingFlow™ iOS & Android App


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