Rule removes proof mandate for job seekers with disabilities

02/22/2013 | Government Executive

A final rule from the Office of Personnel Management says job applicants with disabilities no longer will have to provide a certificate of readiness from a medical professional or rehabilitation specialist as proof they are able to do the work. Federal agencies hired 18,000 applicants with disabilities in 2011, an increase of 9% from 2010.

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