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Legislative Update for the Week of June 6, 2011

Leg Roundup Image 132 by 140.jpgEEOC Meeting and Forthcoming Written Guidance Address Leave Policies and Reasonable Accommodations Under the ADA
The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission recently held a meeting concerning reasonable accommodations and leaves of absence under the Americans with Disabilities Act, and expects to issue guidance on the issue in late summer or early autumn. Read the full post here. (June 9)

OSHA Launches Online Tool to Educate Employers About Recordkeeping Requirements
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration has developed on online tool to help employers assess their obligations under the agency's injury and illness recordkeeping regulations. Read the full post here. (June 6)

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