U.S. Govt’s New Publications on Job Applicants With HIV

In the U.S., the EEOC is out with a new explanation of the rights of job applicants and employees who have HIV infection.

The website pages are geared to the job applicant, though the information’s worth a look for the recruiter or employer as well (in 2014, applicants and employees won more than $825,000 in HIV cases resolved with the EEOC).

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The first document covers possible accommodations; privacy; employer obligations, and more. There’s also a page meant for doctors.

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