Preconference

DON’T MISS THIS PRE-CONFERENCE TRAINING

ADA/ADAAA: Understanding the Fundamentals of Disability Compliance and Reasonable Accommodations

May 14
1:00 -5:00 p.m.

A general overview of ADA/ADAAA law as well as how to develop and implement a compliant Disability Interactive Process. The course will provide you with how you can use the Disability Interactive Process Hallway™ to determine what accommodations are reasonable in your organization as well as what to do when reasonable accommodations don’t exist.

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RACHEL SHAW, President / Principal Consultant, Shaw HR Consulting, Incorporated

With over 15 years of executive-level Human Resources experience, Rachel is recognized statewide as a leader in helping public and private sector employers manage their most challenging personnel issues. Rachel and her team provide comprehensive solutions to employers on how to successfully manage the interconnected roles of human resources, workers’ compensation and disability compliance to successfully reduce litigation, the costs of claims and improve employee-employer relations throughout the process.

Rachel is known in California as the authority on how to implement and manage the FEHA/ADA Disability Interactive Process for candidates and employees. Her trainings and seminars are highly anticipated by Human Resource and Risk Management professionals as informative, dynamic and packed with real-life practical solutions.

Rachel served as the Director of Human Resources for the City of Oxnard and prior to that was the Human Resources Director for the Montebello Unified School District.

Rachel is a graduate of Brown University and later earned her MBA from Colorado State University.

If you can’t attend this training, come to Rachel’s other session on Mental Health and the Stressed-Out Workforce


Mental Health and a Stressed-Out Workplace:
Managing Invisible Disabilities with Visible Impacts

May 15
10:30 a.m.-Noon

Workshop: Employment Law

Employers are seeing a rise in accommodation requests and workers’ compensation claims related to workload and stress. From investing in EAP services and staffing correctly to managing leave appropriately, learn how to take a new approach and get the tools you need to implement real programming.