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Last Call! Final Opportunity To Register For KZA's ADA Management Workshop!

Volume 14, Issue 27
December 1, 2015

We still have space available for our December 8, 2015 Management Workshop entitled: Answering Your Most Challenging ADA Questions. If you are a current KZA client, this program is a great opportunity for free training.

Whether you are new to the world of ADA compliance or an experienced pro, there is something for everyone to learn at this program. Last year alone, the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) received over 25,000 charges alleging disability discrimination, resulting in the recovery of over $95 million from employers for such claims. Our program is intended to help you avoid becoming one of these statistics.

Among the topics we will address:

  • How the ADA Amendments Act has changed ADA compliance
  • Trends in reasonable accommodation requests by employees
  • What constitutes a covered disability
  • Strategies for employers in considering accommodation requests
  • Common ADA traps for employers to avoid

If you have a particular ADA question you would like us to answer, please submit it via e-mail to Kathleen Knight at kknight@kzalaw.com, and we will make every effort to address it on December 8. Rest assured, we will not disclose your identity to our audience - so ask us anything (within reason, of course)! You may also ask your question during the Q & A portion of the program.

All registered attendees will receive the program materials later this week by e-mail.

HR and CLE credit will also be available for this program.

Click here to register now.

Date: Tuesday, December 8, 2015
Time: 8:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.
Location: Encore Las Vegas
3121 Las Vegas Boulevard South

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