PEMA results at work

RTWMatters team

Workplace examples illustrate how employers use (and misuse) the results of pre-employment medical assessments

Employers confronted with the results of a pre-employment medical assessment (PEMA) now have a big decision to make: to hire or not to hire. Previously, we've provided an overview of possible results, which you should read first. Below, we provide workplace examples of how employers use and misuse PEMA information. PEMA result: "Fit" / "low risk" Rogelio's Cleaning Service specialises in offices in high rise...

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Published 25 August, 2017 | Updated 24 October, 2017