Upcoming KZA Webinar – August 26, 2020

Topic: The ADA Turns Thirty – Lessons Learned From The COVID-19 Pandemic

Volume: 19 | Issue: 43
July 29, 2020

The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) just turned 30 in July 2020. Though many employers already know their obligations under the ADA, how has the COVID-19 global pandemic affected those obligations?

Please save the date for KZA’s upcoming, one-hour webinar presented by Managing Partner Scott Abbott on August 26. Mr. Abbott will address a multitude of ADA issues impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic, including remote work arrangements, temperature checks and other health screening measures, and face coverings. The pandemic has compelled employers to adapt to rapidly-changing directives and guidance issued by state and local governments, OSHA and the CDC. Against this backdrop of changing developments, many employers now have to confront how to return employees safely to work, how to handle those employees who are unable or unwilling to return to work, and how to deal with employees who may have been exposed to or tested positive for the virus. All of these issues have significant ADA implications, and employers must know them.

The Webinar is complimentary for all current KZA clients and available to non-clients for a nominal, prepaid registration fee of $25.00. CLE credit has been requested, and HR certificates of attendance will be available.

Please watch for further announcements and a link to KZA’s online registration webpage.

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