Disability Awareness: Increasing Employers Understanding of the ADA, Accommodations & Other Supports in the Workplace
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course outline

i. introduction

ii. my story

iii. history

iv. myth & facts

v. research

vi. etiquette

vii. case studies

viii. resources

ix. completion certificate

  

research 


B. Test Your Knowledge

  1. Which of the following statement(s) indicate areas where supervisors were satisfied with the work performance of the worker with a disability?

a.  Supervisors were satisfied with the workers’ timeliness of arrival and departure.

b.  Supervisors were satisfied with the workers’ attendance.

c.  Supervisors were satisfied with the workers’ consistency in task performance.

d.  All of the above

  1. Which of the following statement(s) best describes the supervisors performance rating of the employee with a disability as compared to coworkers’ performance?

a.  Supervisors indicated that work performance of employees with disabilities was the same as or better than coworkers on almost all of the measures of work performance.

b.  In the are of work speed, supervisors indicated that workers with disabilities performed about the same as coworkers.

c.  None of the above.

d.  Both a and b.
 

  1.  Supervisors are satisfied with the overall work performance and productivity of employees with disabilities.

True      False

  1. The purpose of this investigation was to:

a.  Provide a description of the work performance of employees with known disabilities from the perspective of their supervisors.

b.  Determine the characteristics that employers look for when hiring new employees.

c.  Determine how experience with disability affects an employer’s view of supervising an employee with a disability.

d.  All of the above.

  1. The findings of this study should assist in addressing the widespread myths and misconceptions pertaining to the work potential of employees with disabilities.

True      False

 

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