Common ADA Question About Determining Qualifications

Americans with Disabilities Act

Answers the question,"Do you have to put a disabled candidate at the top of the hiring list even if they are not qualified for the job?"

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TrainingBriefs® The ADA - Determining Qualifications

TrainingBriefs® The ADA - Determining Qualifications

New Micro-Learning! As a manager, have you ever asked yourself “If this person is qualified for the job, does that mean I automatically have to put him or her at the top of the list because they have a disability? This course takes a closer look at answering this question as well as other hiring practices under the ADA.

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ADA Question About Determining Qualifications
Video with graphics and narrator
Video Vignette02:39 min EnglishDemo

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