There are ADA standards for websites. But are these standards
applicable to websites that are viewed in portable devices (such as a
cell phone or on an iPad), or are there separate standards for websites viewed on devices that aren’t computers?
What are a few ADA website compliance strategies that my community bank can adopt?
Do vendors who maintain websites need to have any specific kinds of ADA certifications?
Does my community bank need to make sure that our social media channels are ADA-compliant? (e.g., Facebook, LinkedIn, etc.)
Can a bank require employees to have an account and services so that they can help customers with functionality? We do not require them to have their payroll deposited at our institution.
Where can my bank find a template for a website accessibility policy?
Do emails from my bank need to be digitally accessible under the ADA?
Human Resources is looking for some general guidelines for employees that work "odd" hours outside of the "normal" banking hours. Not the dual control branch environment but more of an operations / back office area policy? Are there any templates for this, or ideas on how to handle this?
I would like to know for compliance the rules of non-exempt versus exempt for employees in a banking setting. What criteria must be met for the employee to be marked exempt? Are there any legal risks in paying exempt for non-exempt classified employees but still offering overtime pay?
Is it required for a bank to have a policy regarding posting of job openings on Facebook?