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The Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act
Training Thursdays
Thursday August 18, 2016
9:00AM to 9:30AM EST
The Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act
Webinar Overview
Review the AODA Legislation
Examine AODA’s Employment Standard
Review AODA Compliance Activities and Timelines
Practical and precise employment law solution
Sections 22 to 24: Recruitment & Selection
Sections 25 to 29: Workplace Accommodation
Sections 30 to 32: Performance Management
About AODA
Recruitment & Selection
Questions
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Date:
Thursday September 15th – 9:00AM to 9:30AM
Topic:
Ask Your Burning Human Resources, Employment Law and Labour Law Questions
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Practical and precise employment law solution
Thank You for Attending!
Standards under AODA
Customer Service Standard
Employment Standard
Information and Communication Standard
Transportation Standard
Design of Public Spaces Standard
Performance Management
AODA Compliance Timelines
AODA Employment Standard
What You Need to Know and Do
What You Need to Know and Do
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Purpose is to make Ontario accessible to people with disabilities by 2025
Applies to every person or organization in the public and private sectors of Ontario
AODA and the Human Rights Code work together (but the Code has primacy)
AODA Standard
Notify employees/public about accommodation:
Recruitment generally (s.22)
Selected job applicants (s. 23)
Successful applicants (s.24)
Best Practices
Include a statement in job advertisement and interview invitations to make candidates aware that accommodations are available;
Include AODA/accommodation policy in new hire package
Workplace Accommodation
AODA Standard
Create documented individual accommodation plans (s. 28)
Create an individual return to work process (s. 29)
Best Practices
Create and maintain a formal accommodation process and program
AODA Standard
Inform employees of AODA policy (s.25)
Provide accessible formats and communication supports (s.26)
Provide workplace emergency response information (s.27)
Best Practices
Provide AODA training to new and existing employees
Include in the individual accommodation plan:
Alternative or accessible communication needs
Assistance required for workplace emergency
AODA Standard
Take accessibility needs and individual accommodation plans into account for:
Performance management process (s. 30)
Career development (s. 31)
Reassignments (s.32)
Best Practices
Include in the individual accommodation plan:
Performance management & career advancement practices
Formal review for job changes
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A
D
Less than 50 Employees
2012
Emergency plans (Jan 1)
2014
File accessibility compliance report if 20+ employees (Dec 31)
2015
Create & communicate AODA policies (Jan 1)
2017
Implement AODA recruitment, workplace accommodation and performance management directives (Jan 1)
More than 50 Employees
2012
Emergency plans (Jan 1)
2014
Create & communicate AODA policies (Jan 1)
File accessibility compliance report (Dec 31)
2016
Implement AODA recruitment, workplace accommodation and performance management directives (Jan 1)
2017, 2020, 2023
File accessibility compliance report (Dec 31)
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