Employee Fitness for Duty Evaluations
Fitness for Duty Evaluations are individually priced and based on the amount of time spent in the evaluation. While we start with a standard battery, the nature of the problem may require additional or special tests. This can vary dramatically depending on circumstances and the needs of the parties involved. For example, if discharge or court action is seen as a high potential, evaluations may involve more tests and reports run as much as fifteen or more pages. In other cases extensive neurological testing is required due to a closed head, spinal cord, or other serious neurological injury. Sometimes we may need to interview co-workers, therapists, physicians, or family members to evaluate behavioral problems or uncover a potential substance abuse problem no one suspected prior to the evaluation.
Our goal in any case may be to determine whether a person can:
- effectively perform a job without endangering himself or others
- perform the job with assistance, rehabilitation, or modification
- perform any job full or part time