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Audio Conference At-a-Glance
Wednesday, March 29 • 12 – 1:30 p.m. ET Every Step of the Way: Accommodating Federal Employees Using the Interactive Process
Presented by Joel Kravetz, Civil Rights Program Manager, Nuclear Regulatory Commission
Don’t take the chances of incurring liability because an accommodation request isn’t handled properly. Joel Kravetz, a seasoned practitioner well versed in the interactive process, will walk you through all the steps necessary to effectively use the process to provide reasonable accommodations required by the Rehabilitation Act.
Mr. Kravetz will elaborate on how the interactive process works from start to finish, how to manage requests that create undue hardships, and more — so you make compliant decisions and avoid potential liability.
You will become more efficient in:
Carrying out the interactive process
Knowing what medical documentation can be requested for a reasonable accommodation
Utilizing the resources available to you in processing a reasonable accommodation request
Determining when a reasonable accommodation presents an undue hardship
Joel Kravetz manages the NRC’s Civil Rights Program to ensure that counseling, alternative dispute resolution, investigations and other related processes are timely and properly handled. He also develops policies, and conducts internal and external training on EEO-related topics. He previously served a dual role as a Supervisory Administrative Judge in the EEOC’s Washington Field Office and as one of the Commission’s Acting National Hearings Coordinators. Mr. Kravetz first joined EEOC as an Attorney-Advisor in the Office of Federal Operations (OFO) drafting decisions and assisting the Director of OFO with developing and delivering outreach and training.