Accommodating Disabilities: Business Management Guide is a three-volume, loose-leaf set from CCH / Wolters Kluwer designed to help business owners understand and comply with ADA requirements.
Helping employees who are disabled is often the first requisite that comes to mind in this area of the law. However, other areas of concern to business owners – access to public facilities, transportation accessibility, and telecommunication services are also covered in this set.
Users will find a wide variety of practical and useful information, such as compliance planning checklists and guidance. Just a few examples include accommodating employees with brain injuries, allergies, lung disorders, learning disorders, and diabetes; construction checklists for fixed / built-in seating, drinking fountains, public telephones, and ATMs; and transportation standards for light rail, buses, vans, bus stops, and airports.
In addition, this set includes reprints of federal law and regulations, summaries of state laws, and guidelines of the Architectural and Transportation Barriers and Compliance Board ("Access Board").
A "New Developments" section and monthly newsletter provide information on case law, rule revisions, disability rights, and litigation.
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