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    Employment Law - Disability

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    Let's be perfectly clear! An employer may never ask an applicant in an interview if the applicant has a disability! The employer may detail for the applicant the essential functions of the job and ask if the applicant can perform them, with or without a reasonable accommodation, but that's as far as the inquiry can go.

    Please elaborate on this statement.

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    It is against the law to ask direct questions related to disability. The employer can clearly specify the requirements of the job and if the candidate is ...

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    The solution discusses questions that can be asked to a person with disability during an interview.

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