Monday, December 20, 2010
Disability leave act
According to the u.s. Department of labor employees injured or disabled at work "may be entitled to a medical leave or related disabilities under two federal laws: the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and the family and medical leave Act (FMLA)". "" Americans with disabilities ActThe ADA is a federal law to protect people with disabilities. It provides support for those jobs and protects against discrimination. The ADA protects many questions about employment, including numbers and benefits.Leave under ADAThe ADA are provisions for paid annual leave, not exactly, but requires employers to adjustments make it to qualified employees with disabilities such as changes in traditional work schedules and leave required based on the individual employee.Family medical leave ActThe family medical leave Act provides up to 12 weeks of unpaid medical and disability for employees of serious diseases. This Act protects employees of loss of employment or salary due to the absence.FMLA change and DisabilityAccording for the u.s. Department of labor, the FMLA sets the serious health conditions to count a "diseases, injuries and impairments, physical or mental conditions that require more treatments and absences intermittentes.Des is workers that applies CompensationWorkers compensation for all employers and controlled and administered by each State." It provides medical care, benefits, and paid to employees who injured or disabled at work.