Re: EEOC ? for Sharonda

From: Michele (
Thu Oct 7 18:45:56 1999

Wow. All employees were required to have this physical; none of us were pleased in the slightest...was done after being hired, and I answered the phone?? Talk about risk management paranoia. Then again, they knew I had endo. I don't think it affected my ability to pick up line 2! How frustrating, but thank you for telling me the law. Very tired today, sorry about the typing errors.

Irritated but informed now, Michele

At Thu, 7 Oct 1999, Sharonda Moore wrote: >
>The ADA law was passed in 1992. The law is interpreted as follows:
>"An employer may not ask or require a job applicant to take a medical
>examination before a job offer...After a person starts work, a medical
>exmination or inquiry of an employee must be job-related and consistent with
>business necessity. Employees may conduct employee medical examinations
>where there is evidence of a job performance or safety problem"
>A statute of limitations may exist but that I am not certain of. When
>filing with the EEOC - the limit is 300 days from the last occurrence.
>>From: (Michele)
>>To: Multiple recipients of list ADHESIONS <>
>>Subject: EEOC ? for Sharonda
>>Date: Thu, 7 Oct 1999 16:27:16 -0500
>>I have a question. I recall a previous post on another message board
>>regarding EEOC law. In one post I thought I recalled you stating that
>>under EEOC law, an employer could not require a phyical exam.

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