WC Mastery Training:

- Available On-Demand -

"How to Coordinate Return to Work with ADA Compliance"

with EEOC Senior Attorney Advisor Aaron Konopasky


(FREE for anyone new to our WC Mastery courses)

Your Hosts For This Training...

Michael Stack

Amaxx LLC

Michael Stack is founder and lead trainer of Amaxx Workers' Comp Training Center.  He is an experienced risk consultant and works with clients to develop benchmarking comparisons, assess key cost drivers, structure strategies, and design training to reduce workers’ compensation and risk management costs.

Aaron Konopasky

Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC)

Aaron Konopasky is a Senior Attorney Advisor in the ADA/GINA Policy Division at the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) headquarters in Washington, D.C.  He assists the Commission in interpreting and applying the statutes it enforces, and participates in drafting regulations, policy guidance, and other publications. Dr. Konopasky joined EEOC after receiving his J.D. from Stanford Law School and Ph.D. in philosophy from Princeton University.

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In this On-Demand Training You Will Learn...

The interpretation and application of the Americans With Disabilities Act (ADA) is often confusing and overwhelming. In this session you will learn from Senior Attorney Advisor of the EEOC, Aaron Konopasky, on interpretations of this law in workers’ compensation, and how to coordinate return to work best practices with ADA compliance.

Learn answers to the following and more...

  • Is a reasonable accommodation having someone do part of their job? Example all lifting?
  • How does the identification of light duty jobs factor into ADA's interpretation of reasonable accommodations?
  • What if the employee doesn't want to return-to-work, but wants to be out of work?
  • What if an employee, during the interactive process, says no, he or she is not aware of a reasonable accommodation?
  • If we have a transitional duty program, are we in jeopardy of being sued by employees if we terminate them because we cannot provide a reasonable accommodation?

(FREE for anyone new to our WC Mastery courses)