JAN Workplace Accommodation Tool Kit pg 17 to 32


Blog #09092019

My reading of today’s blog and the JAN Workplace Accommodation Tool Kit, pages 17 to 32 which follow the part 1 reading posted on Friday, 9/6/19.

Picking up where I left off in my Part 1 reading of the JAN Workplace Accommodation Tool Kit, page 17 to 32 (out of 57 total pages).

This is really a great tool that I recommend downloading and going through to get the full benefit of all the links (some need updating) to free training videos, guides, all sorts of tools to help you and your organization get better at workplace accommodation. My motto is that “You don’t know what you don’t know” and I firmly believe that as we go about our busy work and family life, we will benefit from increasing our knowledge with bits of information inbetween all the goings on of every day.

This is a big part of why I am reading this information. I always want to increase my knowledge wherever I can, whenever I can and figured why not share my reading with others who are also on the quest to increase their knowledge at the same time.

Please let me know if you have anything in particular related to HR and Employment Law that I can track down, summarize (or not), read and share with you.

As always, happy listening.

Links from pages 17 to 32 in the JAN Workplace Accommodation Tool Kit. Please note that as of today, most of the video links are not working.

Links have been included for now incase they are updated. Give the PowerPoint slides a try, they have good information that you can use immediately. If I notice that they have changed or are now working I will update the blog. If you notice before I do, please let me know! Thank you.

Practical Tips for creating a more inclusive workplace https://jan.adobeconnect.com/aware/

The following guidance from the EEOC provides information and practical suggestions for dealing with disclosures that occur during performance evaluations: https://www.eeoc.gov/facts/performance-conduct.html

JANs link to an Adobe Connect presentation provided by Lou Orslene (a Co-Director of JAN)
Link to an Adobe Connect presentation provided by Lou Orslene one of the Co-Directors of JAN with practical tips for making your workplace more inclusive of individuals with disabilities, focusing on language and communication.

JAN’s Interviewing an Individual on the Autism Spectrum

JAN’s Hiring an Individual with an Anxiety and Stuttering Disorder

JAN’s Accommodating an Employee with Non-Apparent Disabilities (link does not work 9/9/19)
>> PowerPoint Slides (The PPT that opens has title ‘Retention’)

JAN’s Managing the Performance with a Non-Apparent Disability (link does not work 9/9/19)
 >>PowerPoint Slides

JAN’s Retaining an Individual with Chronic Health Conditions (link does not work 9/9/19)
>> PowerPoint Slides

JAN’s Returning a Back-Injured Employee to Work (link does not work 9/9/19)
 >>PowerPoint Slides

JAN’s Advancing an Individual who is Deaf (link does not work 9/9/19)
 >>PowerPoint Slides

JAN’s Retaining an Individual with an Intellectual Disability After a Change in Supervisor (link does not work 9/9/19)
 >>PowerPoint Slides

JAN’s Performance and Conduct Management of an Employee with Opioid Addiction (link works 9/9/19)
>> PowerPoint Slides

Resources

Train Your Front Line Managers

Recognizing an Accommodation Request
ADA Medical Inquiry Rules
ADA Confidentiality Rules
Disability Management Employer Coalition’s FMLA/ADA Training
Disability Inclusion Consultants
Disability Awareness Trainers

Tools

Leave Accommodation and Tracking Tools

Accommodation Flow Chart

Sample Forms


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