Webinar: COVID-19 Employment Training Series - Reasonable Accommodations in the Workplace

Has your employment been impacted by COVID-19? Have your hours been reduced? Have you lost your job? Are you an essential worker concerned about safety? Disability Rights California invites you to attend a web-based training series for people with disabilities.

 

Webinar:
COVID-19 Employment Training Series
Reasonable Accommodations in the Workplace

Has your employment been impacted by COVID-19? Have your hours been reduced? Have you lost your job? Are you an essential worker concerned about safety? Disability Rights California invites you to attend a web-based training series for people with disabilities.

We will discuss:

  • Americans with Disabilities Act
  • What are my rights to reasonable accommodations at my job?
  • COVID-19 related accommodations

Speakers:

Aisha Novasky is a Staff Attorney in the Civil Rights Practice Group in the Ontario office, where she litigates discrimination cases statewide. Aisha received her B.A. from California State University, Fullerton, and her J.D. from New York Law School.

Pamela Cohen is a part-time attorney with at Disability Rights California, focusing on training people with disabilities, advocates and others on disability discrimination and reasonable accommodations. She is also a mediator with the California Department of Fair Employment & Housing. 

Stephen Peters is a staff attorney at Disability Rights California working primarily with the Client Assistance Program. Prior to joining Disability Rights California, Stephen advocated for the rights of individuals under guardianship and conservatorship at Disability Rights Oregon.

Recording of Webinar

Webinar Materials

Reasonable Accommodations - Presentation (pdf)

Reasonable Accommodations - Presentation - Accessible Version (pdf)
Reasonable Accommodations - Presentation - Accessible Version (rtf)

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Register for the Webinar

You can identify your accommodation requests when you register. Please make your request for reasonable accommodation by May 1st. After you register you will receive an email with the link to log into the webinar.