The Employer’s Guide to Reasonable Accommodation

The Employer’s Guide to Reasonable Accommodation

As an employer, you may already be providing your employees job accommodations. You just don’t call it that. Have you done anything differently to allow an employee to stay at a job or be more effective? Would it be ok… Continue Reading

Pregnancy-Related Workplace Accommodations for Vermont Employers

Pregnancy-Related Workplace Accommodations for Vermont Employers

Hi, I’m Cary Brown, Director of the Vermont Commission on Women. We’re working with Vermont’s Attorney General, Human Rights Commission, Department of Health, and Department of Labor to inform Vermonters about a new law. It protects employees who need an… Continue Reading

David Newburger Disability Employment Q&A Series – Reasonable Accommodations with Time Management

David Newburger Disability Employment Q&A Series – Reasonable Accommodations with Time Management

Understanding that someone with a disability may take a little longer to understand and perform the job duties, how much time must you give someone before you proceed with progressive discipline? Well that’s a very difficult question to answer in… Continue Reading

Pregnancy-Related Workplace Accommodations for Vermont Employees

Pregnancy-Related Workplace Accommodations for Vermont Employees

Hi, I’m Cary Brown, Director of the Vermont Commission on Women. We’re working with Vermont’s Attorney General, Human Rights Commission, Department of Health, Department of Health, and Department of Labor to inform Vermonters about a new law. It provides protection… Continue Reading

Colorado PERA Telephone Town Hall (Retirees): July 9, 2019

Colorado PERA Telephone Town Hall (Retirees): July 9, 2019

Tara May: Good morning and thank you, everyone, for joining the Colorado PERA Telephone Town Hall this morning. My name is Tara May. I’m the Chief Communications Officer at PERA. I’ll be moderating conversation today. We’re here to give you… Continue Reading