June 2018 HRACO Chapter Meeting
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About The Event
Navigating the ADA Interactive Process Waters Without a Paddle
Does an employee consistently working 40 hours a week performing the actual job for which he or she was hired seem like fact of fiction? Work is hard, job tasks are complicated, and getting work done with absent employees seems nearly impossible at times. And then, another employee presents a doctors' note restricting him/her from duty or notifying you he/she will be out of work longer than expected.
What can, and should you say to the employee and other team members? Is there a limit to the accommodations you must make, and how far do you really have to go before you can say enough is enough? If you feel like you are drowning in the ADA interactive process legal requirements, you are not alone. Join us for this interactive and informative program as we learn to navigate the ADA interactive process and workplace waves it creates.
Speaker: Jennifer Bouman-Steagall
Jennifer Bouman-Steagall is engaging, dynamic, compelling, entertaining and genuinely passionate about her work. She is a management-side attorney who has followed her passion on prevention-focused and organizational development as an on-site trainer and trusted business partner. It doesn't take long to see Jennifer's passion for training and her commitment to helping businesses succeed. She signs her e-mails with the tagline “Dynamic Storyteller & Pacific Northwest Defense Attorney”.