About Pre-Employment and Post-Offer Testing
Pre-Employment and Post-Offer testing have two different protocols for physical testing.
Pre-Employment testing is what most individuals know as a traditional physical screening. If is completed after the candidate’s application is received but prior to hiring. Many employers may use pre-employment testing as part of their screening process to determine whether the candidates they are considering are fit for the job.
Pre-Employment testing does not include medical testing or questions about your current medical state or history. This is so certain data cannot be used against the candidate illegally during the interview and consideration process.
Post-Offer testing is an evaluation given after a candidate has been offered a job. However, that job is contingent on the candidate passing the post-offer test. Unlike a pre-employment test, the post-offer test does include the candidate’s medical history as well as medically related evaluations. This is the main difference between the two tests, other than the timing in which it is given.
Post-offer testing does provide far more information to the employer than pre-employment testing. It is also helpful to employers if they need to assess appropriate workers compensation responsibility if the employee is injured while on the job.
Contact Sports Specialty and Rehabilitation for Pre/Post Testing Today
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We can set appointments for patients typically within 24 hours of referral.