Human Resource Management and the Americans with Disabilities Act

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that they do not discriminate against the disabled. This would include base pay programs, collective bargaining agreements, variable pay programs, and any withholding statements that would exclude a disabled employee from receiving equal or comparable benefits as deemed appropriate by the ADA. Fourth, return-to-work and accommodation programs should be established as an incentive for employees to remain productive throughout a disability. The literature clearly states that while there will be some cost to the employer that cannot be recouped, it is best to effectuate programs that begin to mainstream America's ADA eligible.

Forty plus million Americans is an impressive number regarding the scope and coverage of ADA. With over a third of our workforce possibly eligible for accommodation for disabilities, it is time for management to begin to get away from the piecemeal mentality and become proactive in complying with ADA.


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