Interactive Process Understanding the Do's and Don't of Reasonable Accommodations

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The California Fair Employment and Housing Act (FEHA) and Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) prohibit discrimination based on a disability and require employers to engage in The Interactive Process to determine whether a reasonable accommodation can be made to an employee with a disability. Employers must understand when and how to engage in the interactive process, what is considered a reasonable accommodation, and how the interactive process is used in the COVID-19 era.

Join Linda Duffy, Ethos HCS, and Kurtis Urien, Merhab Robinson & Clarkson, Law Corporation as they discuss the following:

- How to Engage in the Interactive Process
- Who Can Request Accommodations
- What Questions You Can Ask, and What Questions You Can't Ask
- What is a Considered a Reasonable Accommodation
- Impact of COVID-19
- Service Animals in the Workplace
- Documentation Required
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