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3 Americans With Disabilities Act Myths | The National Law Review

3 Americans With Disabilities Act Myths | The National Law Review | sports and recreation facility management | Scoop.it
Although the Americans with Disabilities Act (“ADA”) was enacted in 1990, employers and employees still hold certain misconceptions about the law and its requirements. Here are three common myths surrounding the ADA:

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5 ways companies can make sure they're following the Americans with Disabilities Act - The Business Journals

5 ways companies can make sure they're following the Americans with Disabilities Act - The Business Journals | sports and recreation facility management | Scoop.it
Recent U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) lawsuits are causing employers to evaluate how well they comply with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).

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Creating an Annual Marketing Plan for Your Sports Facility | Sports ...

Sports Facility Management · Sports Facility Marketing · Sports Facility Operations · Sports Facility Start Up. Social Media. Our Sponsors. Sports Facility Management Software Leader in Performance Enhancement Contact Us ...

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Dustin Gagnon's curator insight, March 18, 2014 11:19 PM

Marketing is a major topic when it comes to any company. A sports facility is no different, this article has a few good tips.

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Freedom Light Bulb: Lots of Public Money for Doubtful Savings ...

Freedom Light Bulb: Lots of Public Money for Doubtful Savings ... | sports and recreation facility management | Scoop.it
As seen that was about the worldwide en.lighten program, with public subsidies allowing major manufacturers to dump otherwise unsold bulbs on developing countries. Philips have been in the news again regarding their ...

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