As businesses prepare to reopen their doors and return employees to the workplace over the coming months, many questions arise as to what the new normal will look like and how to best reach this moving destination.
This year has dealt a lot of unexpected challenges, and the areas of absence and disability management are no exception.
Providing effective accommodations for employees with disabilities not only helps employers ensure compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), but it also benefits employers in numerous other ways.
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