Disappointing New ADAAA Regulations Issued by the EEOC


For those of us who have been “waiting with bated breath” for the “final” version of the EEOC’s amendments to the Federal Register which relate to the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), the “wait” is over – but turned out not to be worth it – much like Duke fans watching the NCAA Tournament this year! Sorry!

Even worse, for those “over-achievers” who have been relying on the “proposed” version of the new regulations which were issued back in September of 2009, you now will need to throw that version in the trash and “unlearn” almost all the “new developments” the proposed version contained.

Before getting into the “meat” of this nearly empty coconut, a brief history lesson for those of you just joining the ADA festivities.

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