As a bank employee, are we required to provide a magnifying glass or similar to someone who is visually impaired in order to comply with ADA regulations?
Are we required to perform an ADA inspection yearly on our ATMs?
Is any part of ADA Website Compliance currently being enforced?
Are banks required to provide a statement to a customer in Braille under federal banking regulations, ADA or any other law or regulation?
Are there any compliance requirements for lenders to consider in situations where a borrower is removed from the loan application during loan processing?
Buried in the 20 pages of the Federal Register, 28CFR 35 and 36, published September 30, 2004, the Department of Justice (DOJ) proposed a revision of the American with Disabilities Act (ADA) regula
We have a Personal Banker who has been out of the Bank for 14 weeks due to having a baby and then a few complications. She is coming back to work on Monday but she is requesting to only work part-time for two more months and then return full-time after that. Can we write her a letter and explain that if she chooses to work part-time then she would have to stay part-time until a full-time job opens, stating that we would need someone to work the position on a full-time basis? If she chooses to come back to work full-time, then we have reserved her previous position and she may have that according to FMLA. Can you provide draft wording for such a letter?
Question: We're concerned about some of our depositors who are getting older, a few of whom have reverted to wheelchairs in recent months.
A quick review of enforcement cases brought by the US Department of Justice Civil Rights Division makes something very clear.