Episode 7 of That’s The Way I Feel with guest attorney Rae Vann

That’s The Way I Feel podcast 
A Queen, 2 Kings and Multiple Sclerosis

Did you know that workplace retaliation is the #1 claim with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC)? More than claims of racism or sex discrimination! In this installment of our series on the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), we welcome nationally recognized, employment lawyer Rae Vann of the Carlton Fields Law Firm. With more than 25 years of experience representing corporate clients on workplace compliance matters, she was recently named to the Lawyers Collaborative for Diversity Board of Directors. We discuss why she chose to pursue a career in the courtroom of employment, harassment, discrimination, and misconduct investigations. Then, Rae Vann steps into the hot seat to answer select questions from each co-host:
  ▪ Starting the process of disability claims vs. employers 
  ▪ Terminations due to excessive absences.
  ▪ What are reasonable accommodations?
  ▪ Employer obligations vs. accommodations.
  ▪ Fears of police stops because MS patients can’t walk.
  ▪ Discrimination in hiring practices.
  ▪ Should you inform employers DURING the interview of disabilities, handicaps, or illnesses?

Of course, to close out, the group answers the final question, “What’s on your LAST nerve?”

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Link to episode 7 of TTWIF with guest, Rae Vann

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