Cf: F-11.4, F-11.5a, F-11.5b
The Central Community School Board, through the Superintendent or designee, may require an employee to have a medical examination whenever there is evidence the employee's condition warrants such action, or there is concern for safety. Examinations may also be conducted to determine adequacy of job performance or to meet requirements of state or federal laws. All examinations conducted shall conform to all state and federal requirements. The physician shall be designated by the Superintendent and/or his/her designee, and the cost of the examination shall be paid by the School Board. The School Board may be entitled to reimbursement from an employee for the costs of such employee's or applicant's pre-employment medical examination or drug test, however, if the employee terminates the employment relationship sooner than ninety (90) working days after the first day of work or never reports to work, unless there is a substantial change made to the employment by the School Board.
Ref: 42 USC 12101 et seq. (Title I, Americans With Disabilities Act)
La. Rev. Stat. Ann. §§17:81, 17:491, 17:491.2, 23:897
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