Navigating the EEOC's New Guidance on the ADA, ADEA and Criminal History Use

Navigating the EEOC's New Guidance on the ADA, ADEA and Criminal History Use
 
Tuesday, August 28, 2012
8:30 a.m. to 8:45 a.m. CDT - Breakfast & Networking
8:45 a.m. to 10:00 a.m. CDT - Program
 
Do you know what reasonable accommodations are now required for qualified employees with disabilities?  What do you need to be able to show in order to use a "reasonable factor other than age" defense regarding an employment decision which adversely impacts employees who are age 40 and older?  When and how can you lawfully use an applicant's criminal history in making hiring decisions?
  
The EEOC has recently addressed all of these questions.  Do you know THEIR answers?  You need to if you plan to successfully defend against (and hopefully avoid altogether!) what can otherwise be an expensive and often public EEOC Charge or lawsuit regarding one or more of these evolving areas of the law.
  
This live seminar will brief you on the EEOC's answers to each of these questions along with providing you with practical strategies to use in your business in light of these new developments.
  
As always, your questions, before, during, and after the presentation are welcome.
 
This program has been submitted to the HR Certification Institute for review.
 

Location

Embassy Suites
820 Crescent Centre Drive
Franklin, TN 37067
United States

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