Unlike testing for drugs, the ADA does not specifically address testing applicants or employees for HIV antibodies. Rather, HIV testing would be governed by the general provisions of the...
Prohibited Psychological Inquiries
The fact that a psychological test is not considered a medical examination does not necessarily mean that all the individual inquiries on the test may be asked at the pre-offer stage....
Types and Use of Medical Examinations
A conditional-offer medical examination does not have to be job-related and consistent with business necessity. The examination can assess a person's general physical or mental health without...
As part of a job applicant's demonstration of how he or she would actually do the job, the applicant may be tested about the ability to read labels or distinguish objects. The EEOC has...
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