Supreme Court Decisions Require ADA Revision

Hall, James E.; Hatch, D.Diane
August 1999
Workforce (10928332);Aug99, Vol. 78 Issue 8, p60
Provides information on the United States Supreme Court decision regarding the revision of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). Implication of the decision; Background and description of the Act; How to determine if an employee is disabled under ADA; Cases which failed to clarify other ADA provisions; What human resources professionals should keep in mind when dealing with ADA issues.


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