Americans with Disabilities Act Archives

ACDHH's Healthcare Providers Education Program Teaches Importance Of “Listening”

ACDHH's Healthcare Providers Education Program Teaches Importance of "Listening"
by in Healthy Living

When it comes to your healthcare, the difference between life and death can be decided in a moment’s notice. Clear communication between a patient, his/her family and healthcare provider is crucial to making the best assessment, treatment and diagnosis. But what if a healthcare worker can’t communicate with an individual? There are more than 700,000… Read More →

“The Beauty Bias” Brings To Light Physical Discrimination In The Workplace

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by in Columnist Spotlight | Workforce

Hypothetically speaking, if Jennifer Aniston was competing against Susan Boyle for an office job and had the exact same resume, who would be more likely to score gig? And what if Aniston had less experience than musically-gifted but regular-looking Boyle? According to “The Beauty Bias,” written by Stanford law professor Deborah Rhode, nearly 60 percent… Read More →

Office Fragrance’s Becoming Real Issue

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Office fragrance is becoming a real issue. Asthma. Fragrance sensitivity. Allergies. It may sound “rash,” but many types of fragrances in the workplace can trigger anything from breathing issues to hives to nausea to headaches — and everything in-between. These reactions can be so bad, in fact, lawsuits are being filed — and won —… Read More →