Medical Inquiries/Hiring/Confidentiality

Tuesday, March 4, 2008

Description

Learn how to acquire, use and protect employee medical information to meet legitimate business needs without violating the ADA. This session will review the ADA and its regulations, EEOC guidance and recent case law decisions regarding the acquisitions, use and protection of employee medical information, along with practical tips to assist with complying with these requirements under the ADA. Specific issues include whether personality tests violate the ADA, whether a person without a disability has standing to raise an ADA violation, and how the courts have interpreted the ADA's confidentiality provisions.

Session Materials

PDF   Medical Inquiries/Hiring/Confidentiality
RTF   Medical Inquiries/Hiring/Confidentiality
PDF   Medical Examinations and Inquiries
DOC   Medical Examinations and Inquiries
PDF   Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) About Disability Disclosure
DOC   Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) About Disability Disclosure
PDF   EEOC Guidance on Pre-employment medical inquiry
DOC   EEOC Guidance on Pre-employment medical inquiry
PDF   EEOC Guidance-Employment Inquiry
DOC   EEOC Guidance-Employment Inquiry
PDF   EEOC Job Applicants and the ADA Fact Sheet
DOC   EEOC Job Applicants and the ADA Fact Sheet
PDF   Personality Testing Fact Sheet
RTF   Personality Testing Fact Sheet
 

Speakers

Alan Goldstein, Senior Attorney, Equip for Equality (EFE), the Illinois Protection and Advocacy Agency

Barry Taylor, VP for Civil Rights and Systemic Litigation, Equip for Equality