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      2020 Guidelines on Accommodating Pregnant & Post-Partum Employees in Claymont

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      November 30, 2020

      Monday  10:00 AM - 1:00 PM

      2803 Philadelphia Pike Suite B Claymont, DE 19703 USA
      Claymont, Delaware 19703

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      2020 Guidelines on Accommodating Pregnant & Post-Partum Employees

      In 2017, a handful of states passed legislation designed to protect pregnant workers on the job. Legislation was designed to guarantee that pregnant women received the same level of protection provided to other individuals by the Americans with Disabilities Act. Those protections include reasonable accommodations for pregnant and nursing workers. Employers need to take note of how they and the employee will come to terms with accommodations and know if there are any accommodations for which the employer cannot claim undue hardship.

      While pregnancy and nursing are not considered disabilities, many pregnancy-related conditions are considered disabilities. The Pregnancy Discrimination Act requires employers to make modifications or accommodations to a pregnant and/or nursing worker’s job in a manner similar to those provided to a disabled employee. This could include adjusting job-related duties, providing additional breaks, or implementing lifting limitations and other safety procedures. Additionally, under the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act section of the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA), covered employers are required to accommodate employees who are nursing.

      Session Highlights:
      Federal legislation mandating accommodation
      Understanding the current legal landscape
      Legal rights of pregnant and post-partum workers
      Proposed legislation
      State & local pregnancy accommodation laws
      Best practices for accommodating pregnant and postpartum employees
      Common mistakes to avoid
      Why You Should Attend:
      Participants of this webinar will become familiar with pregnancy and nursing-related rights and responsibilities of employers and employees.

      Who Should Attend:
      All Employers
      Business Owners
      Company Leadership
      Compliance professionals
      Payroll Administrators
      HR Professionals
      Employers in all industries
      Small Business Owners
      All Employers
      Large Business
      *Ask your question directly from our expert during the Q&A session following the live event.
      **Recorded Version: Unlimited viewing for 365 days ( Access information will be emailed 24 hours after the completion of live webinar).

      Categories: Education

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