PIHRA SW Riverside
Navigating the 'TIP'ping Point:
Best Practices for Today's Interactive Process
presented by Dr. Debra Dupree
Today’s reasonable accommodation process has grown in complexity, going well beyond the ADA’s original 1990 intent and its amendments in 2008. Oftentimes, employers, employees and their legal representatives find themselves in a quagmire of different laws that potentially apply.
The Interactive Process (TIP) serves as a vehicle to stay above board when employers are faced with employee with medical conditions, both work- and non-work-related illnesses, injuries, and disabilities. Many simply don’t know how to do it, when to initiate it, much less how to manage it. And, unfortunately, many legal professionals and claims examiners are ill-equipped to give good guidance.
What you will learn:
- Discover when, how and why the interactive process serves employers and employees well.
- Realize the cost savings available when done timely and effectively.
- Uncover today’s best practices for implementing and managing the process.
- Recognize the do’s and don’ts and where employers get into trouble.
8:00am - 9:30am - Program
*Breakfast served at 7:45am
Dr. Debra Dupree is the founder and president of Relationships at Work, Inc., a consulting practice founded in 2011 serving organizations and the professional community on the psychology of human dynamics. She is a Workplace Mediator, Conflict Coach, Trainer and Keynote Speaker. She provides organizational and government consultation on disability and reasonable accommodation practices, employee-management relations, and communication/conflict management strategies. She currently provides mediation and conflict management consultation to the San Diego County Office of Education serving some 57 different school districts throughout San Diego and Imperial Counties.
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Online registration closes on Monday, September 9, 2019 at 12:00pm. Registrations after this date will only be taken onsite.
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