42 usca 12112d1 once an individual has been hired

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Unformatted text preview: EEOC, Prevo's initially wanted Sharp to confirm his HIV status, but later requested additional information about other conditions related to HIV. - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -End Footnotes- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - At the same time Prevo's was setting up Sharp's appointment, Prevo's also offered alternative employment to Sharp that would have entailed working at home developing marketing information by computer. Sharp wrote to Prevo's to decline the at-home marketing position. Attached to Sharp's letter of refusal was a letter from his physician stating that Sharp tested negative for hepatitis and tuberculosis. Prevo's rejected the letter from Sharp's physician because it did not provide the requested information about Sharp's diagnosis, prognosis, or suitability for employment. On December 3, 1993, Prevo's human resources coordinator called Sharp regarding the missed appointment in order to find acceptable dates on which Sharp could be examined. The coordinator gave Sharp twenty-four hours in which to advise Prevo's of an acceptable date to reschedule the doctor's appointment. The coordinator also told Sharp that failure to respond would [**9] be interpreted as a refusal to have the examination. 214 When Sharp failed to call back with an acceptable date, Prevo's terminated his employment. The termination ended nearly a year during which Sharp received paid leave and medical benefits. II. Procedural Background After a period of discovery, Prevo's and the EEOC filed cross-motions for summary judgment on the issue of liability for violating the ADA. The district court granted the EEOC's motion and held that Prevo's had discriminated against Sharp in violation of the ADA. The court cited 42 U.S.C. § 12112(4)(A) which provides as follows: (A) Prohibited Examination and Inquiries A covered entity shall not require a medical examination and shall not make inquiries of an employee as to whether such employee is an individual with a disability or as to the nature and extent of the disability, unless such examination is shown to be job-related and consistent...
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