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Employers Beware – The Problem with Using Computerized Equipment for Employment Physical Ability Testing

By Dr. Richard Bunch, CEO, and Trevor Bardarson, President, WorkSaver Employee Testing Systems One of the most important requirements of a properly designed physical ability test (PAT) is a test protocol that uses employee screening methods that are job-related and…

WorkSaver Congratulates Collene Van Mol, RN Winner of 2020 STEP Ahead Award

Colleen Van Mol, RN, is a highly experienced occupational nurse and serves as the Health Services Manager for one of WorkSaver Systems most highly valued clients, RoyOMartin. Ms. Van Mol was recently awarded the prestigious 2020 STEP Ahead Award which…

The Coronavirus – Guidelines for Employers

A coronavirus is a common virus that causes an infection in your nose, upper throat or sinuses. Coronaviruses were first identified in the 1960s. They get their name from their crown-like shape. Most coronaviruses are not dangerous. In fact, almost…

Does the ADA Protect Sleeping on the Job?

Clark v. Champion National Security, Incorporated (No. 18-11613, January 14, 2020) is the Fifth Circuit’s latest statement on whether the Americans with Disabilities Act (the “ADA”) requires an employer to excuse terminable misconduct—here, sleeping on the job—based on an employee’s…

Health Tip Spotlight: The Power of Protein

Calories aren’t the only thing you need to watch as you get older. Protein is important because it helps keep your muscles strong. You need muscles for strength and balance, as well as for everything from walking upstairs to carrying…

The Year 2020 Will Bring Several Important New Laws that Will Impact Employers

The following is a brief overview of some key issues that may dominate the legal landscape in 2020 and beyond. LGBT Rights Due to its significant impact on the civil rights of more than eight million LGBT individuals in this…

What Are the Employer’s Obligations When Engaging in the ADA Interactive Process?

Title I of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) prohibits employment discrimination on the basis of a disability and requires employers engage in an interactive process and provide reasonable accommodations. A failure to do so may result in liability. The…

How to Respond to an EEOC RFI in a Hiring Discrimination Charge

Since 1993 WorkSaver has conducted hundreds of thousands of ADA and EEOC compliant fitness for duty tests (referred herein as Physical Ability Tests). Since that time, WorkSaver has been involved as an expert consultant in a nationally known EEOC case…

What Are the Employer’s Obligations When Engaging in the ADA Interactive Process?

Title I of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) prohibits employment discrimination on the basis of a disability and requires employers engage in an interactive process and provide reasonable accommodations. A failure to do so may result in liability. The…

The Year 2020 Will Bring Several Important New Laws that Will Impact Employers

The following is a brief overview of some key issues that may dominate the legal landscape in 2020 and beyond. LGBT Rights Due to its significant impact on the civil rights of more than eight million LGBT individuals in this…

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