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Eligibility lists and recruitment pools Applicants placed on an eligibility list are ranked in order of merit. If the position you applied for, or a similar position, becomes available within the period the list is active (usually 6 or 12 months), the position may be offered to the next ranked candidate on the list.
It means that you are eligible for the position and met all of the requirements, however another candidate was chosen for the position.
The Equality Act 2010 prohibits employers from requiring job applicants to undergo a medical examination or to complete a health questionnaire before being offered a job.
It might take up to two or three weeks for the hiring process to be completed, even if everyone knows that you are the best candidate for the job.
Correspondence sent during the recruitment activity is stored in the Candidate's Job Profile. When a Candidate reaches the offer stage, they can view and print their Letter of Offer in the Task tab when accepting their Letter of Offer. b. Candidates External to NSW Health via 2.
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A declaration of health is a short form that you complete to make us aware of any changes in your circumstances since you sent us your application form.
What CAN'T they Ask? An employer cannot ask a medical professional for an employee's medical records, or information about an employee's health, without permission from the employee. Even if the employee approves this, they have a right to check the records before they're passed on.
Employees have the right to keep their medical information confidential and private. But employers also have the right to know about their employees' illness or disability, and have the right to seek medical information in order to provide appropriate accommodation.
Most agencies strive to fill their open positions within 80 days or sooner. Or sooner if they can. However, the average \u201ctime to hire\u201d as it's often called, is still close to 100 days\u2014although government strives to do better.
Section 60 of the Equality Act 2010 makes it generally unlawful to ask questions about disability and health before you make a job offer. The Commission can take legal action and job applicants may have claims of discrimination where these legal requirements have been breached.