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Join us for a panel discussion on the interactive process and reasonable accommodations. This session will provide a brief legal foundation for the Americans with Disability Act, an employer’s obligation to engage employees in the interactive process, current hot topics in the area of reasonable accommodation and, lastly, best practices for incorporating these principles in your investigative practice.
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Genevieve Ng is a Partner with Sloan Sakai Yeung and Wong. Genevieve is a readily available resource to all of our clients to advise on a myriad of employee relations issues. She also oversees our team of investigators. A graduate of the University of Santa Clara Law School, Ms. Ng brings to the Firm and its clients experience in labor law, labor relations, employment law and advice from a practical human resources perspective. Ms. Ng has valuable experience working closely with public agency employers including cities, counties, and school districts and non-profits in the area of employment and labor relations.
Kendall Onyendu is an associate at Outten & Golden LLP in New York, where she represents employees in litigation and negotiation in all areas of employment law, including matters involving compensation (and bonus) disputes, contractual violations, and whistleblower and individual discrimination claims. Prior to joining Outten & Golden, Ms. Onyendu worked at the Washington Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights and Urban Affairs where her practice focused on employment justice, including discrimination and harassment matters. Ms. Onyendu received her B.A. from the University of Southern California, her M.A. from Columbia University, and her J.D. from the University of Texas School of Law.
Robert Sniderman, Ph.D., SPHR., SHRM-SCP, Director of EXTTI, Inc and President of The Entrepreneurial Edge, Inc, dba HRFocus USA, a corporation that provides Organizational/Business/Human Resource consulting, Expert Witness and Impartial Investigation services. Dr. Sniderman, renowned as an executive and owner’s coach, facilitator of business groups, consultant in organizational change management, human resource management, external workplace investigations and workplace litigation expert witness, on-line recruitment/selection/retention, teambuilding, training and development, executive development, and strategic planning and change. He is particularly expert and passionate about his work in Disability Management, Reasonable Accommodations, and other issues involving disability in the workplace. He is a long-standing member of SHRM and AWI. Dr. Sniderman has completed the AWI National Institute in 2013. Dr. Sniderman earned his Doctorate degree in Organizational Psychology and Master’s Degree in Rehabilitation Counseling. He has been providing services to the business and human resources community since 1976. Dr. Sniderman is an accomplished speaker, published researcher and teacher at the University level. His book, “Considering Generations: A Generational Primer” became available in May 2003. He has spoken at National Conventions and Conferences on such topics as Generational Issues in Associations and Business; Recruitment, Selection Assessment and Retention Programs, and other Human Resource Management Subjects; Organizational Change; Ethical Business Practices; Disability Management and Integrated Return to Work Programs.