Running Head: POLICY CREATION
A policy for the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)
This act prohibits against any kind of discrimination against the disabled in society.
Discrimination, in this case, would mean being denied access to government services, transport
and communication services as well as education and employment services. This act offers
protection to the variously disabled persons, providing them with equal rights to those who are
not disabled. This brings some form of balance or equality between every person who is a citizen
of the United States. It helps show that no matter what disability one has; all the people have the
right to access various services without any discrimination against them (Jasper, 2008). An
employer can be said to violate the Americans with Disabilities Act when he denies a disabled
person the opportunity to be considered for a position in the company, or he denies a disabled
employee an opportunity to work within the same conditions as other employees. The employer
can also be said to discriminate when he mistreats the employee in any way through making him
feel uncomfortable or feel unwelcome in the organization. To address the violation of the act, the
mistreated person can approach the U.S Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC)
which prohibits against any type of discrimination against the disabled.
A policy for the Ag...