Eeo and Ada

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Terry Tomera
Colorado Technical University Online 
Michael Lenzner
  HRM315-1003A-09: Managing Human Resources   
July 12, 2010

EEO & ADA     1

As the newly appointed Human Resource Manager of the National Lewis and Clark Corporation (NL&C) it has been brought to my attention that we have a number of disabled employees. In interviews with them, it has been gathered that they feel they are not being treated fairly (CTU online 2010). As the HRM I have decide to do some research on the protections afforded employees under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).   NL&C wants to create a work environment that is inclusive and offers appropriate accommodations for employees with disabilities.

EEO & ADA     1
Since National Lewis and Clark Corporation (NL&C) is only a two years old company we want our company to be a diversified one.   As the human resource manager it is my duty and responsibility to provide our key stock holders with an insight to “The Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990” and explain the importance of abiding to this law.   There are five titles to this act, title one covers employment.   The EEO States “No covered entity shall discriminate against a qualified individual with a disability because of the disability of such individual in regard to job application procedures, the hiring, advancement, or discharge of employees, employee compensation, job training, and other terms, conditions, and privileges of employment.”   Title two covers Public Transportation, no one shall be discriminated against because of their disability from traveling on any public transportation.
Title three covers Public accommodations and services operated by private entities.   This section covers areas like motels, hotels, restaurants and any other place that the general public can go to or travel to.   Title four covers Telecommunications; this section is covered...