Can Employers Force Employees into Psychiatric Evaluations?


Swaab Attorneys reviews a number of precedent cases in Australian law to examine the question as to when an employer can force an employee to provide medical evidence or submit to a psychiatric evaluation.

Can You Require an Employee to Provide Medical Evidence or Attend a Psychiatric Examination? (Swaab Attorneys, March 3, 2015)

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  1. God help us if all the corporations have a legal right to force employees onto the psych drugs. I know the religious corporations are already doing this to cover up their child abuse “zipper troubles,” but corporations should not have this legal right.

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