August 9, 2020  
 
  Entrepreneurs  
 

American Disabilities Act

 

 
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The Americans With Disabilities Act impacts many small business owners. In these articles, we help businesses understand and comply with ADA rules, laws and regulations by explaining important ADA requirements that are applicable to small businesses.

Americans With Disabilities Act

  • ADA Interior Compliance Requirements - The Americans with Disabilities Act includes several requirements for businesses. Here are the ADA interior compliance requirements you need to know for your company.
  • ADA Exterior Compliance Requirements - Outfitting the interior of your space for access compliance is only the beginning. The ADA also requires many businesses to meet exterior compliance requirements.
  • ADA Basics for Business Owners - The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) may have some significant implications for your business space. Here's what every business needs to know about ADA compliance.
  • Cost of ADA Compliance for Business Owners - The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) requires business owners to make "readily achievable" accommodations for the disabled. But what does "readily achievable" mean? More importantly, how much will it cost?
  • ADA Lawsuits Against Business Owners - The last thing your business needs is to be sued for non-compliance with ADA regulations. Here's how to insulate your company from the threat of ADA lawsuits.
  • ADA Retail Business Compliance Requirements - ADA accessibility requirements are a major concern for retailers. Here's the rundown on what you need to know to maintain full legal compliance.

  • ADA Rules Impacting Small Business Employees - The Americans with Disabilities Act has consequences for both facilities and employment. We'll tell you how to maintain ADA compliance in your dealings with your employees.
  • ADA Rules Impacting Small Business Customers - The Americans with Disabilities Act is designed to make commercial and public facilities more accessible to the disabled. But what does that mean for you and your customers?

 

 

 

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