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Questions about disability and health after a job offer has been made

Once an employer has decided an applicant meets the requirements for the job, they might consider offering the applicant a job; or placing them…

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Once an employer has decided an applicant meets the requirements for the job, they might consider offering the applicant a job; or placing them in a pool of successful applicants to be offered jobs as vacancies arise. 

At this point the employer can make a conditional job offer.

Meeting the health requirements for the job may be one of the conditions of  the job offer. The employer can then ask any remaining questions they may have about disability and health.

Follow the link below for examples of intrinsic job functions. You can also read further recruitment guidance for small businesses.

Date: Fri May 25 13:16:00 BST 2012

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