Post-Job Offer Questions and Examinations Under ADA Regulations

After an employer has made an offer to a person with a disability, questions relating to the disability may be asked. It is also acceptable to conduct medical examinations, as long as you do the same for everybody in the same job category. If it becomes clear that a person with a disability cannot do the essential job functions, or would pose a significant threat of harm to the safety or health of himself or others, you may withdraw a job offer. Be sure to consider if there are any reasonable accommodation that would enable the disabled person to perform the duties of the job.

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