When during the interview process do you divulge the disability?
SO has the phone interview tomorrow
This interview is in three parts. Phone. In person then test. ( i think thats all)
His disability is a brain injury. Meaning he gets over loaded and has to take time off
It is ADA protected
But when during the interview process do you think the special considerations should be brought up?
But if he needs accommodation, he must tell the employer he has a disability. So he would have make a written request for the specific accommodation. Then his employer will ask for proof of his disability (a doctor's note). Then company must then make necessary accommodations within a reasonable time. If he do not want an accommodation, there may be no need to tell his employer about his disability. Here is a link that will tell him what rights are protected under the ADA .
Answer by Michigan-Mom74 at 2:22 AM on May. 15, 2013
Did he fill out an application? If so, it should have asked about accommodations for disabilities on it.
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