IN UT: Mental Health Accommodations in the Age of COVID-19

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Mental Health Accommodations in the Age of COVID-19

Over a year has passed since the COVID-19 pandemic caused employers to modify daily operations and reassess where, when, and how their business is done. Workers across the globe have juggled work, family life, caregiving responsibilities, financial uncertainty, social isolation, and so much more – all while struggling with mental health related issues like anxiety, depression, sleep issues, and substance misuse. As we transition to the next stage of business operations during a pandemic, how can employers continue (or begin) to support workers with mental health conditions?

Join us for a conversation about:

• Employer supports and reasonable accommodations for workers with mental health conditions

• Emerging human resources practices for success

• Practical tips for return-to-work accommodations.

Speaker: Jana Burke, PhD, ADAC

Jana Burke is the president and founder of Mariposa Professional Services, a consulting firm specializing in disability law compliance strategies. She is a small business owner, consultant, trainer, and researcher who specializes in the ADA employment provisions and workplace strategies for ADA compliance. After 19 years in the field, Dr. Burke remains committed to helping transform how organizations do business by providing strategic planning and visioning for creating disability diversity and inclusion.


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