The Department of Justice issued guidance on the use of algorithms and artificial intelligence in hiring processes and employers’ responsibilities under the Americans with Disabilities Act.
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The Department of Justice today issued guidance providing additional clarity about website accessibility and how businesses and others can ensure compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act.
The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission issued guidance yesterday, in the form of 14 additional questions-and-answers, regarding the circumstances where COVID-19 is considered a “disability” under the Americans with Disabilities Act.
The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission on Friday updated its technical assistance question and answer document to confirm that a bank or other employer may offer an incentive to employees to receive a COVID-19 vaccination. If the employer is administering the vaccine, the incentive may not be “so substantial as to be coercive.”
An increase in lawsuits and other factors mean a larger focus on accessibility of bank digital assets.
Websites are not considered “places of public accommodation” under the Americans with Disabilities Act, according to a ruling this week from a three-judge panel of the 11th Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals.
As businesses begin preparing for the eventual re-opening of their workplaces, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission today updated its list of coronavirus-related questions and answers to include a section on returning to work.
A group of Republican senators yesterday wrote to Attorney General William Barr seeking an update on the Justice Department’s efforts to clarify compliance obligations for businesses with respect to website accessibility under Americans with Disabilities Act.