In this FREE Webinar, I’m going to show you how understanding reasonable accommodations for employees with Autoimmune Disease means that you are no longer ignoring an invisible illness but instead supporting your employees in a legal and collaborative way. This Webinar is a must-watch for HR professionals, managers, and consultants, along with employees who have an Autoimmune Disease.

In this FREE Webinar, I’m going to show you how understanding reasonable accommodations for employees with Autoimmune Disease means that you are no longer ignoring an invisible illness but instead supporting your employees in a legal and collaborative way. This Webinar is a must-watch for HR professionals, managers, and consultants, along with employees who have an Autoimmune Disease.

This webinar provides accurate information based on current research and I am sharing that advice with you. This information may change without the author’s knowledge. It is not intended to provide health or legal guidelines or advice.  I am not an attorney, doctor, or medical advisor. Please consult with your doctor and/or attorney before making any health or work-related changes. You are responsible for your actions or lack thereof.  Pink Fortitude, LLC nor its owner are responsible or liable for your success or failure. Full disclosure/disclaimer HERE.

 

Employers

You’re in the right place if you are an HR Professional or Manager who wants to support your employees, increase productivity, and know the law.

 

Employees

You’re in the right place if you have an Autoimmune Disease and want to minimize sick days, understand your rights, and be supported by your management.

 

What Will I Learn?

Understanding reasonable accommodations for Autoimmune Disease means that you no longer ignore employees with an invisible illness but instead you implement policies to support your employees in a legal and collaborative way.

Employees with Autoimmune Disease will learn about how they can request reasonable accommodations and be supported in their organization.

Can you imagine what it would feel like to…

  • Minimize sick days
  • Increase productivity
  • Increase morale
  • Support/Be Supported
  • Know the law

 

In this FREE Webinar, I’m going to show you how understanding reasonable accommodations for employees with Autoimmune Disease means that you are no longer ignoring an invisible illness but instead supporting your employees in a legal and collaborative way. This Webinar is a must-watch for HR professionals, managers, and consultants, along with employees who have an Autoimmune Disease.

 

Webinar Details

Who is this webinar for?

HR Professionals

Managers

Consultants

Employees with Autoimmune Disease

 

When it is?

We have several dates and times available! You can REGISTER HERE!

 

Where is it?

It’s online. REGISTER HERE!

 

How long is it?

45-60 minutes

 

How much is it?

It’s FREE!

 

In this FREE Webinar, I’m going to show you how understanding reasonable accommodations for employees with Autoimmune Disease means that you are no longer ignoring an invisible illness but instead supporting your employees in a legal and collaborative way. This Webinar is a must-watch for HR professionals, managers, and consultants, along with employees who have an Autoimmune Disease.

 

 

Meet Holly Bertone

Holly Bertone, PMP, CNHP, is the #1 Amazon.com bestselling author of the book Thriving in the Workplace with Autoimmune Disease: Know Your Rights, Resolve Conflict, and Reduce Stress, the first book ever to educate others on autoimmune disease as a legal disability in the U.S. workplace. She is a highly sought-after speaker and wellness expert and the leading authority on Autoimmune Disease in the workplace.

Holly spent the first 10 years of her career in Human Resources, primarily as a recruiter. After working for the prestigious consulting firm Booz Allen Hamilton, she was invited into federal government service as the Chief of Staff for one of our nation’s top national security offices. From there, she spent 15 years in Project Management.

Holly Bertone is currently the President and CEO of Pink Fortitude, LLC, and founder of Fortitude.Academy and the health and wellness website pinkfortitude.com. As a breast cancer and Hashimoto’s survivor, she turned these two significant health challenges into a passion to help transform lives for women with chronic illness.

Holly is a Project Management Professional (PMP), holds a Masters Degree from Johns Hopkins University, and is a Certified Natural Health Professional.

In her free time, she loves to garden, and hit flea markets and yard sales. Holly is married to a retired Green Beret, is a stepmother, and lives in Alexandria, VA.

 

In this FREE Webinar, I’m going to show you how understanding reasonable accommodations for employees with Autoimmune Disease means that you are no longer ignoring an invisible illness but instead supporting your employees in a legal and collaborative way. This Webinar is a must-watch for HR professionals, managers, and consultants, along with employees who have an Autoimmune Disease.

 

 

Are you Inspired?

Be sure to download your FREE Resource Guide and Thrive in the Workplace with Autoimmune Disease!

 

 

 

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