You cannot be asked medical questions or health questions if you are applying for a job. Your employer can ask you health questions and can even ask for your medical records, but you do have the right to refuse those requests.
Asked in Medical Insurance
What questions should employer ask when selecting a health insurance broker?
There are many questions that employer should ask when selecting a health insurance broker. The common questions will include amount of premiums to be paid and what the policy covers among others. ...
Asked in Health
Why would a prospective employer be interested in your health?
A prospective employer may be interested in your health because many employers pay a portion of their employees' health insurance. Health insurance premiums may be higher if you are in poor health or a regular smoker. However, a potential employer is not legally allowed to ask questions about health during an interview. ...
What questions can a potential employer ask a current employer during a back ground check?
A potential employer is limited in the types of questions he can ask your current employer. Generally, he can only ask things like if he would ever rehire you and if you are currently working there. ...
What questions can a prospective employer legally ask a former employer for a reference check in Virginia?
The only questions that are truly legal are if the employee worked their and what their position was. They can also ask if they are eligible for rehire. ...
What can be asked when a potential employer checks reference?
Answer A potental employer can ask any questions they deem fit
Asked in Labor and Employment Law
What questions are a prospective employer allowed to ask a previous employer in the state of Texas?
Background checks are unregulated.
Asked in Health, Labor and Employment Law
Can your employer ask you questions about your health?
It will depend to a certain extent on the nature of the job and how critical it is to be healthy. Ability to lift and move can be part of a job description. Employers are not allowed to discriminate based on health issues. ...
Asked in Job Interviews, Labor and Employment Law
What questions can you not ask a previous employer about a previous employee in Florida?
The list of questions that you can ask, or rather that they can answer is much shorter. Did they work there How long When did they leave ...
Asked in Job Interviews
Which of these questions is most appropriate for an employer to ask during an interview?
>why should i hire you<
I want to change my health plan. What are the options?
Is it a group health insurance? Talk to your employer or decide to buy it independently. If you want to buy from private companies, do your research. Ask questions and compare some online quotes. ...
Asked in Job Interviews
What is one of the first questions you should ask your employer?
what made you interested most from my resume
How do you ask a potential employer what the job pays?
Just ask outright. Employers want to answer your questions and usually ask if you have questions at the end of an interview. Ask, "What is the starting salary/wage for this position?" It is tactful and straight forward. ...
Can your previous employer comment on your typing or skills on the job?
I don't believe they can. There are only very GENERAL questions an employer can ask about a previous employee. ...
What kind of information can one obtain on Ask dot com?
Many questions can be answered on Ask. Questions can range from health related questions to a how-to question. Users can also ask homework related questions or an opinion question. ...
Asked in Workplace Health and Safety
As an employee in a salon what are your job roles regaurding health and safety?
The rules you should follow are whatever your employer has established. If your employer has not established any and you think there should be some, ask your employer about that. ...
When applying for a new job can new employers ask your old employer how many sick days you had?
To my knowledge, employers can ask about your attendance. They are NOT permitted to ask why you were out of the office. They are NOT permitted to ask questions about your religious or sexual orientations. They are not permitted to ask specifics about whether or not the previous employer thinks you are ugly or a liar or whatever. If the potential employer does ask these, you can file a lawsuit. If the previous employer makes untruthful, slanderous statements about you, you can...
Asked in Jobs & Education
What are the best questions to ask when hiring a nanny?
Ask oen ended questions that need more than a yes/no answer. Have you been a nanny before? For how long and where? What training have you had? Do you have references from a prior employer? ...
How does an interviwee Ask interviewer quesions how?
The interviewee should ask questions that indicate that he or she has been listening. Do not ask about payment during the first interview with any employer. ...
What are some questions to ask an employer who is offering me the opportunity to work from home?
Some questions to ask an employer offering the opportunity for you to work at home are, "Will my pay be different from those who are working at the office?" "Can I make my own hours?" "How will I keep in contact with my boss?" "Will my boss be available for any questions I may have while I'm working at home?" ...
Asked in Job Interviews, Definitions, Human Behavior
What questions will the interviewer ask a disabled but working person?
By Law the only thing a prospective employer can ask you is if you can perform all job requirements with ...
Asked in Job Applications
What point during a job application process is an employer likely to ask about an applicants health and can they then discriminate against someone who does not have perfect health?
They can not ask you about your health. They can ask you question about your physical ability to do a task related to a job description such as lift 50 lbs. ect. ...