Los planes de beneficios médicos y la Ley para Personas con Discapacidades
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Thayer Handleman, Gwen
Este folleto es uno de una serie sobre prácticas de recursos humanos y acomodos en el lugar de trabajo para personas con discapacidades editada por Susanne M. Bruyère, Ph.D., CRC, Directora, Employment and Disability Institute, Cornell University ILR School. Este folleto fue redactado por Gwen Thayer Handelman, catedrática residente de la Universidad Nova Southeastern, Centro de Derecho Shepard Broad, Fort Lauderdale, Florida, en mayo de 1994. Actualizó el material en julio del año 2000.
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