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The Americans with Disabilities Act

Then and Now The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) became law in 1990. It is a civil rights law that prohibits discrimination against individuals in areas of public life, including jobs, transportation, schools, and most private and public places open to the public. The ADA has been amended over the years and this article provides an overview of the ADA, the proof that must be met to bring an action, an ...

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Obama Administration Issues Rules for Employee-Wellness Plans

Guidelines Released for Employee Wellness Programs The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission has released guidelines for structuring employee wellness programs that adhere to health privacy regulations and anti-discrimination rules.  Employers should notify workers about how their health data will be used and encrypt sensitive information to ensure confidentiality.  Bertha Coombs, CNBC reporter, also sugg ...

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Employee Hotline Best Practices

Improving Organizational Well-Being Why have an employee hotline? What are the benefits, if any, of an employee hotline? In this article, Ray Dunkle shares his views and the results of implementation. While many forward-thinking organizations are increasingly implementing hotlines, the best practice of such a hotline is so new to most, that few know how to successfully do so. The remainder of this article p ...

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