As an employee you may have found yourself involved in the debate on “medical testing” and your personal medical information to see if you are fit to do the job you have applied for. And in many cases these medical tests are somewhat invasive and often a bit embarrassing. And although there is nothing preventing…
Jessica van Zyl
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