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Fitness-For-Duty Exams: When Can You Require Them For Emotional Issues (and for At-Home Workers)?

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Employers typically require workers to undergo fitness for duty exams (FFDEs) when employees return after an injury. But can you also require an FFDE for employees who have shown mental instability? And can you demand an FFDE from employees who work at home? A court recent ruling last week in favor of Coca-Cola says you can if safety issues are the real thing ...

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