Accommodations in Interviews
Employers have an obligation to make reasonable accommodations to enable applicants with disabilities to participate in the interview process.
Examples of commonly requested accommodations include: an accessible interview location for people with mobility impairments, a sign language interpreter for a person who is deaf, a reader or scribe for a person who is blind, and modified testing for a person with a learning disability.
Medical Questions in Interviews
As with applications, certain questions regarding health and disability are not permissible before a conditional offer is made. Disability cannot be considered prior to evaluating an applicant’s non-medical qualifications. See Medical Questions on Applications for further information.