Workplace Possibilities<sup>SM</sup> (Disability Management)

02/15/11
While each workplace is unique, many can benefit from the following proactive solutions that change the way employers manage mental illness disability.
02/15/11
What happens when chronic pain impacts your productivity? Depending on the severity of the pain or disability, it can sometimes mean the end of a career. However, with the appropriate support and modifications it can be possible to stay at work.
02/15/11
These five questions will help ensure your comfort and safety at your desk.
02/15/11
Anyone who has either gone through a medical experience or been through one with a family member or friend knows how critical it is to have an advocate to assist them through the medical arena.
02/15/11
The key to return-to-work and stay-at-work success is to have an experienced disability consultant on-site to do all the legwork.
02/15/11
It’s time to remove barriers to productivity and shift our mind-set to “yes, we can.” Guided by a positive outlook, we often can discover ways to perform a task mechanically and keep an employee on the job.
12/28/10
Recently, I was asked about the ADA Amendments Act of 2008 and how it affects facility managers. It’s a good question. Usually we hear so much about how the act affects human resources professionals, but what about facility managers?In researching the act, I came upon an article published on Today’sFacilityManager.com.