ADA/FEHA Disability Process -- Making Reasonable Accommodations - eProgram (2 Sessions)
Monday, October 22 & Monday, 29
12:00 - 1:30pm Online (3 hours total)
Qualifies for 3 California/General HRCI Recertification Credits / 3 SHRM PDCs
Price: Member $195 / General $245 / Join Now $379.97 (includes a 1-year NCHRA membership)
Understand employer accommodation obligations under Title I of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and the California Fair Employment and Housing Act (FEHA). Learn how to create or enhance your disability compliance program to ensure your organization is compliant, efficient and effective when dealing with requests for workplace and leave accommodations. Employ the Disability Interactive Process HallwayTM strategy which works to not only inform you on what employers need to know, but how to manage even the most difficult employee accommodations matters.
After participating in this interactive online eProgram, you will:
- Understand employer ADA/FEHA legal obligations
- How to create a compliant program
- Learn a solutions-focused process that works in practice
ABOUT THE PRESENTER
Rachel Shaw is the President and Principal Consultant of Shaw HR Consulting, Incorporated. With more than 15 years of executive-level Human Resources experience, Rachel is recognized as a leader in helping public and private sector employers manage their most challenging personnel issues. Rachel and her team provide comprehensive solutions to employers on how to successfully manage the interconnected roles of human resources, workers’ compensation and disability compliance to successfully reduce litigation, the costs of claims and improve employee-employer relations throughout the process.
Rachel is known nationally as the authority on how to implement and manage the Disability Interactive Process for candidates and employees. Her trainings and seminars are highly anticipated by Human Resource and Risk Management professionals and are informative, dynamic and packed with real-life practical solutions. She is author of the industry best-selling and award-winning book, “The Disabled Workforce: What the ADA Never Anticipated.”
Rachel served as the Director of Human Resources for the City of Oxnard and prior to that was the Human Resources Director for the Montebello Unified School District. She is a graduate of Brown University and later earned a Master of Business Administration from Colorado State University.