The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) is federal Act that was put into place in 1990 to protect the civil rights of disabled employees and job applicants across the country. This Act prohibits employers from discriminating against employees (past and present) and job applications that have disabilities. The Act also requires that employers may reasonable accommodations for those employees with disabilities in order to enable them to comfortably perform their work and move about the employment facilities.
The ADA Kits contain all of the necessary forms required for employers to stay compliant with the ADA, including:
This ADA Kits contain all of the information you’ll need to communicate with your employees according to ADA regulations and guidelines. You’ll also have resource materials available at your fingertips to help you understand ADA requirements and expectations.
Who is Covered by the ADA
The ADA applies to:
All employees and job applicants are covered if they work for, have worked for, or are applying to work for a covered employer. In order for individuals to be covered, they need to have a qualifying disability, which often includes a recognized physical disability.
- Private sector employers with at least 15 employees
- Employment agencies
- Labor organizations
- Joint labor/management committees
- State, local, and federal government entities
Forms: (Sold separately each form comes 50 sheets to a pack for $24.95)
- This booklet is 5.5" x 8.5"