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Protecting Your Workforce: What You Need to Know About Ebola
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Nov. 3, 2014
"[U]nder the ADA, an employer cannot make medical inquiries of employees unless the inquiry is voluntary or job-related and consistent with business necessity. Further, if an employer does make such inquiries, the employer must follow the ADA guidelines pertaining to medical records. Specifically, the ADA (i) requires confidential maintenance of medical information, which should be kept separate and apart from the employee's personnel file, and (ii) limits the distribution of such information to individuals with a legitimate need to know."

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