The Board of Trustees or President reserves the right to require any employee or candidate, after a conditional offer of employment, to submit to an examination in order to determine the physical and/or mental capacity to perform the essential functions of the job. Such examinations shall be done in accordance with the President's guidelines and/or the terms of the collective bargaining agreements.
Reports of all such examinations or evaluations shall be delivered to the President, who shall protect their confidentiality. Reports will be discussed with the employee or candidate and made a part of an employee's personal record. In the event of a report of a condition that could influence job performance, the President shall base a non employment recommendation to the Board upon a conference with a physician and substantiation that the condition is directly correlated to defined job responsibilities and reasonable accommodation will not allow the employee or prospective employee to adequately fulfill those responsibilities.
The Board requires that all Food Service workers and childcare workers undergo a tuberculosis examination upon initial employment and every three (3) years thereafter.