- Weekly dilemma... adjustments for disabled staff. Irons, Graham // Personnel Today;2/2/2010, p6
The article provides an answer to a question on a disabled employee, who needs adjustments to be made to her place of work.
- Employer Concerns Regarding Workers with Disabilities and the Business-Rehabilitation Partnership: The PWI Practitioners' Perspective. Greenwood, Reed; Schriner, Kay Fletcher; Johnson, Virginia // Journal of Rehabilitation;Jan-Mar91, Vol. 57 Issue 1
Reports on the receptivity of employers about their workers with disabilities in the United States. Interest in collaborative job development and placement activities; Ratings of employer's involvement in assessing disabled workers; Need for rehabilitation specialists advocates to create...
- Are You 100 Percent ADA-Compliant? Esposito, Michael D. // Management Review;Feb93, Vol. 82 Issue 2, p27
Discusses training issues related to compliance with the U.S. Americans With Disabilities Act. Human resources staff; Interviewers; Supervisors; Employees with disabilities; Employees without disabilities; Labor relations staff; Union representatives; Examining physicians; Facilities managers.
- Disabled benefits. Van Houten // Restaurant Business;10/15/99, Vol. 98 Issue 20, p28
Presents insights from the report `People With Disabilities Work: America Benefits, The 1999 Survey on Government Benefits for Workers with Disabilities in JWOD Foodservice Programs.' Employment of the handicapped by the United States restaurant industry; Laws governing handicapped hiring;...
- Key findings from a new survey of workers in government foodservice programs. // Restaurant Business;10/15/99, Vol. 98 Issue 20, p28
Lists findings from the report `People With Disabilities Work: America Benefits, The 1999 Survey on Government Benefits for Workers with Disabilities in JWOD Foodservice Programs.' Discontinuation of the handicapped's welfare benefits; Increase in their tax contributions; Effects of the...
- Relocation and transition packages. // Journal of Visual Impairment & Blindness;Nov/Dec96 Part 2 of 2, Vol. 90 Issue 6, p22
Details on the job opportunities and relocation packages from the Seattle Lighthouse for the Blind and the South Texas Lighthouse for the Blind for the employees of Utah Industries for the Blind. Offers of Seattle and South Texas Lighthouse.
- Employer concerns about hiring persons with psychiatric disability: Results of the employer... Diksa, Edward; Rogers, E. Sally // Rehabilitation Counseling Bulletin;Sep96, Vol. 40 Issue 1, p31
Presents information on employers' concerns about hiring persons with physical disabilities by collecting and correlating those concerns with a variety of employer characteristics. Identification of employer attitudes that are barriers to employment; Analysis of whether concerns vary by industry.
- A not-yet-even playing field. Hart, Margaret A.; Golden, Eve // Across the Board;Nov/Dec97, Vol. 34 Issue 10, p56
Details on researches from reports and conferences of The Conference Board. How to accommodate disabled at workplace; Suggestions in hiring employees; How corporate America is viewed by developing countries. INSET: As others see us..
- SENIORITY RULES. Hudson Jr., David L. // ABA Journal;Jun2002, Vol. 88 Issue 6, p30
Focuses on the judicial ruling based on the Americans with Disabilities Act and the seniority systems in employment. Discussion on the legal case U.S. Airways vs. Barnett; Information on the accommodation of disabled employees; Occasions where seniority precedes disability rights.