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Required to have a form on file for each employee?

Jennifer B. - Jun 12, 2019
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We provide the disability self-identification form to all new hires via our HRIS. So far, every new employee has completed it – whether they answered yes, no or prefer not to answer. In the future, if someone does not complete it, do we need to keep following up with them until they complete it? Or is it enough that we can show we asked them to complete it and they declined?

Further, when we send the communication to resurvey every 5 years, can I assume we do not need to collect a new form from each employee? We are just giving them the option to complete a new one if they wish?

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