The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) applies to employers with 15 or more employees, including state and local governments. The law applies to private employers, employment agencies, and labor organizations, as well as to state and local governments. This means that if your business has 15 or more employees, it is likely covered by the ADA and subject to its requirements.
It is important to note that the ADA applies not only to traditional employees, but also to job applicants and independent contractors who meet the definition of "employee" under the law.
The ADA also applies to employment agencies and labor organizations, as well as to state and local governments. This means that if your business is a private employer, an employment agency, a labor organization, or a state or local government, and it has 15 or more employees, it is likely covered by the ADA.
Even if your business has less than 15 employees, it could be still covered by other state or local laws which provide similar or greater protections for people with disabilities. Therefore, it's a good idea to check on your state laws and regulations as well.
It is also worth noting that an employer's obligations under the ADA are not affected by the size of the workforce. Even if a business has less than 15 employees it could still be covered by ADA Title III, which requires that places of public accommodation, including private businesses that are open to the public, must be accessible to individuals with disabilities.