Reasonable Accommodations and
Government Contractors

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Upholding Reasonable Accommodation Laws Safeguards the Rights of All

Employees involved in recruitment and hiring, including managers, must understand reasonable accommodation, general guidance, and best practices. This will help ensure your organization is legally compliant and, more importantly, that your employment practices are nondiscriminatory.

Enable job applicants and employees to succeed by accommodating physical and mental disabilities and religious observances.

Introducing Syntrio’s

Reasonable Accommodations
and Government Contractors Training

Your managers and employment team will learn:
• Examples of physical and mental disabilities
• Types of reasonable accommodations
• How to determine whether someone is likely a qualified job candidate
• Ways to identify a job’s essential functions
• How reasonable accommodations assist with your affirmative action goals
• Why, how, and when to invite voluntary disclosure of a disability
• When a reasonable accommodation request may present an undue hardship
• The benefits reasonable accommodations provide your organization
• Additional resources

Reasonable Accommodations and Government Contractors

Reasonable Accommodations and Government Contractors | Foundation

U.S. Government contractors must reasonably accommodate qualified applicants and employees whose sincerely held religious beliefs, practices, or observances might conflict with work requirements. Contractors must also make reasonable accommodations for applicants’ and employees’ physical and mental impairments. Some state and local laws require accommodations for other groups. Reasonable accommodations must be made unless doing so presents an undue hardship to the organization. This training provides examples of disabilities, accommodations, qualified individuals, and essential job functions.

Combine the above courses with other Syntrio titles for a robust curriculum:

Government Contractors Code of Conduct | Foundation

The U.S. Government and its constituents hold high expectations regarding ethics and compliance for government contractors and their subcontractors. This training overviews key responsibilities for contractors in interacting with government staff, performing on government contracts, competing in the marketplace, safeguarding sensitive information and other resources, and maintaining a responsible workplace culture. It provides an overview of ways learners can seek guidance and raise concerns to support adhering to their organization’s standards of conduct.

Syntrio Course - Government Contractor Code of Conduct

A Drug-Free Workplace for Government Contractors | Foundation

Drug and alcohol abuse causes problems for employees, their coworkers, and their employers. In the case of government contractors, substance abuse disorders also present problems for the customer: the U.S. Government. Strict laws require contractors to maintain drug-free workplaces. This course provides information about the harmful effects of workplace substance abuse and ways to prevent and address it.

A Drug-Free Workplace for Government Contractors - course

Affirmative Action Programs for Government Contractors | Foundation

This training explains U.S. Government contractors’ and subcontractors’ affirmative action program (AAP) obligations, including equal employment opportunity and non-discrimination expectations. It introduces AAPs that these organizations need to develop pertaining to women and minorities, individuals with disabilities, and protected veterans. It provides an overview of the general elements of each program and addresses the distinction between equal employment opportunity and affirmative action.

Affirmative Action Programs for Government Contractors - Foundation

Data Privacy for Government Contractors | Foundation

This training provides an overview of data privacy requirements for U.S. Government contractors and subcontractors. The Privacy Act of 1974 applies to federal government contractors who operate systems of records containing personal information. This training defines systems of records and personally identifiable information, or PII. It describes practices agencies and contractors must observe to protect systems of records and PII.

Data Privacy for Government Contractors

Combating Trafficking in Persons for Government Contractors

This training explains the risks, types of trafficking, and methods used by human traffickers. It highlights some of the processes used by unscrupulous or careless businesses and recruiters. It overviews the Federal Acquisition Regulation, which prohibits involvement with trafficking specific to U.S. Government contractors, subcontractors, and their agents.

Combating Trafficking in Persons - U.S. Government Contractor Focus

Human Trafficking Fundamentals (US Government Contractor) | Foundation

This training addresses the surprisingly high rates of human trafficking around the world and that affect practically every industry. It explains types of trafficking, techniques traffickers use against victims and global laws and initiatives designed to prevent and stop trafficking. The training reviews the risks businesses face regarding human trafficking, practices used by unscrupulous or careless businesses and their recruiters that enable trafficking, and ways businesses and their employees can work to prevent and stop trafficking. Finally, this training covers the risks to human trafficking in a business’s supply chain and efforts it can take to prevent this trafficking, such as by evaluating suppliers and the supply chain for risks to human trafficking and taking responsible action. This version covers US laws and US Government Contractor standards and other available resources designed to prevent human trafficking.

Human Trafficking Fundamentals - U.S. Government Contractor

Syntrio Training Features

Modular: Foundation courses are comprised of modules; most topics include microlearning versions.
Engagement Focused: Training garners learners’ attention and interest through interactive functionality and multimedia-rich and contemporary visual design.
Learning-Centric: Learning centers around concepts and principles; use situation-based, experiential learning approaches; balances risk-based and affirmative context; and promotes greater learner competencies.
Dynamic Construction: Courses are built in HTML5 responsive design for desktops, laptops, tablets and smartphones.
Accessibility compliant (US 508 and WCAG 2 standards). Available in SCORM and AICC configurations

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