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Four Misunderstood Terms in the Americans with Disabilities Act | OH Benefits Team

The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) applies to employers with 15 or more employees. Despite its broad coverage, there’s a lot of confusion about what the law requires and what its terms entail. A big reason for this confusion is the language of the law itself; the ADA speaks of nebulous concepts like undue hardship … Continued

Key Definitions to Help You Understand the ADA | OH Employee Benefits Group

If you hadn’t engaged with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) before the pandemic, you probably have by now. The ADA comes up a lot these days, both with respect to confidentiality of medical information (like employee temperatures) as well as with reasonable accommodation for those who are at high risk for a serious case … Continued

Study Reveals Importance of Personal Interactions in Return-to-Work

Employers seek answers for how to motivate employees on disability to make the transition back to work using behavior-based techniques. Read more…

Obesity’s disease label could spell trouble for employers

Earlier this year, the American Medical Association deemed obesity a disease. Find out what the implications are for employers.

Five biggest mistakes when designing a supplemental disability plan

By avoiding the five most common mistakes, companies can increase the chances of having their plan run well and having it valued by employees.

United Benefit Advisors and Symetra Host Absence Management Webinar

It can be tough for both employer and employee during absences. Join us for a webinar on how to manage absenteeism and how to properly handle a smooth transition back to work.

Developing a New Approach to Disability Management

With 95% of disabilities caused by illnesses, employers should reevaluate their approach in handling employee absences.

In Pennsylvania, Medicaid Cuts Reduce Options For Dental Care

Changes made to Medicaid in Pennsylvania force some to pay out of pocket.

Women more at risk when it comes to disability

18% of women (compared to only 12% of men) are “extremely concerned” about the impact a disability.

Experts: Don’t Overlook Disability Benefits

The need for disability coverage will continue to grow as the U.S. workforce ages, experts say.