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Managing Pregnancy In The Workplace: Disability And Leave Management Changes

Webinar: ID# 1023607
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You will learn how both the outgoing and incoming Federal Government administrations have had, or will have, a hand in developing the latest guidance and regulations affecting disability and leave management, focusing on the EEOC guidance on pregnancy in the workplace.

The issues surrounding management of pregnancy and related issues in the workplace have changed significantly, and you will learn why and how employers should be up to date on recent changes to determine necessary adjustments to policies and workplace practices.

In this regard, best practices and risk areas will be emphasized that relate to accommodations in the workplace and managing day to day issues related to pregnancy. You will benefit from a discussion on best practices to update your policies and procedures.

AGENDA

Developments in Disability and Leave Management
  • EEOC and Court Guidance on Managing Pregnancy in the Workplace
  • Protected Classes According to EEOC What Is Considered to Be Protected? Only Pregnancy? or More?
  • EEOC Pregnancy Guidance: Top 10 Things to Remember
  • Temporary Impairments, Light Duty Issues, Making Employment Decisions, PostPregnancy Considerations, Health Insurance, Parental Leave, Policy Implications, and More…
  • Best Current Practices Regarding Managing Pregnancy in the Workplace
  • Pregnancy Accommodations Is It ADA or a New Obligation?
  • Interactive Process Is It the Same? Do Employers Have to Change Their Current Processes?
  • Use of Medical Information What Is Permitted to Be Asked?
  • What Policies Should Be Updated?
  • Do Employers Have to Offer Light Duty?
About The Presenters

Sheri L Giger, Esq.
  • Shareholder in the law firm of Jackson Lewis P.C., one of the country’s preeminent workplace law firms; in fact, U.S. News – Best Lawyers® “Best Law Firms” has named the firm its 2017 Law Firm of the Year in the Employment Law – Management category
  • Practices in the area of employment, with a focus on preventative human resource policy development, training and counseling and advice
  • Prior to entering the field of law, she worked for seven years for a Fortune 500 company in human resources at a 20,000+ employee site in South Carolina
  • J.D. degree, cum laude, University of Pittsburgh School of Law; M.S. degree in human resources management, from Nova Southeastern University in Florida; B.A. degree, honors scholar in communications and theater, Carlow College, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Lynn C. Outwater, Esq.
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  • Shareholder in the law firm of Jackson Lewis P.C., one of the country’s preeminent workplace law firms; in fact, U.S. News – Best Lawyers® “Best Law Firms” has named the firm its 2017 Law Firm of the Year in the Employment Law – Management category
  • Current member of the Pennsylvania Bar Association and an inactive member of the New York Bar Association
  • Has been designated as a “Super Lawyer” in the Labor and Employment Law Practice Area from 2004 through 2016 editions of “Pennsylvania Super Lawyers”
  • Was also selected by her peers for inclusion in “The Best Lawyers in America” from 2009 through 2016 in the field of labor and employment law
  • Co-wrote the book, Minding Your Business: Legal Issues and Practical Answers for Managing Workplace Privacy (1997)
  • J.D. degree; Albany Law School; Master of Laws (in Labor Law) degree, New York University School of Law; Undergraduate degree, Fordham University
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