March 11, 2013
Critique of ADA and Affirmative Action
Circumstances of prejudice and constituents of civil liberties frequently bring about adjustments in laws, measures, and procedures. This paper will address the past events and experiences of the American with Disabilities Act and Affirmative Action with the pros and cons correlated with each act. American with Disabilities Act The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) came into law in 1990 and inhibits employers from discriminating against those with disabilities. The act additionally requires organizations to make acceptable aid at the appeal of the disabled employee. Organizations that are exempt from the law are those that request “undue hardship”, they are not legally required to abide. The law also states that it is essential that individuals communicate to the organization of all likely accommodations; the organization then can then make appropriate and monetarily fitting options. Pros of Americans with Disabilities Act The ADA allows disabled individuals to acquire and attain employment admitting them to stay independent. With disabled individuals allowed to stay in the workforce lessens tax dollars used monthly to back these individuals with disability checks. Since the law has passed it is necessary for structures open to the public accommodate access and other aid to disabled individuals. Many structures have been remodeled and outfitted with washrooms, elevators, and doors that open...