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Psychiatric Fitness for Duty Evaluations in Los Angeles

California Medical Evaluators, Fitness for Duty Evaluations

Psychiatric Fitness For Duty Evaluations in Los Angeles and Orange County

Request a Medical Expert online or call 888.963.8933! There has been an increase in requests for Psychiatric Fitness for Duty Evaluations in Los Angeles and Orange County over the last several years. A Psychiatric Fitness for Duty Evaluation (FFDE), also referred to as a Psych Fitness for Duty Evaluation, is an examination conducted by a medical professional […]

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California Medical Evaluators, Fitness for Duty Evaluations

In the News: Northwestern University Professor Permitted to Return to Campus After Fitness for Duty

According to an article from The Daily Northwestern, the University has dropped a campus ban on a political science professor allowing her to come back and teach her class after undergoing a required psychological fitness for duty evaluation. At the end of July, the University put Ms. Jacqueline Stevens, a tenured professor, on immediate leave and […]

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Fitness for Duty Evaluations, Med-Legal General

When can an employer make a disability – related inquiry or require a fitness for duty evaluation?

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] Click here for PDF Under the ADA, an employer’s ability to make disability-related inquiries or require medical or psychological examinations (aka “fitness for duty evaluations”) is analyzed in three different stages: Job Applicant: Pre-Job Offer Job Applicant: Post-Job Offer Current Employee The rules pertaining to such inquiries and examinations vary depending on the stage. […]

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Fitness for Duty Evaluations

Employee Considerations: Sample Fitness for Duty Policy

Although employers are not required by law to maintain fitness for duty (“FFD”) policies, having one in place as part of an employee handbook can help employers keep a healthy workforce, set workplace standards, and manage employee expectations.  FFD policies can be particularly important in certain work environments (such as hospitals, schools or transportation companies) […]

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