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    leaving medical examination

    Hi,

    could you please tell me whether it is possible to say "leaving medical examination" as opposed to an "entry medical examination" (upon termination of an employment relationship)?

    Thanks a lot!

    Hanka

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    Re: leaving medical examination

    Is this an exam given to employees leaving the business?

    I'd say post-work exam or post-employment exam.

    Maybe someone else will have a better idea.

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    Re: leaving medical examination

    Quote Originally Posted by susiedqq View Post
    Is this an exam given to employees leaving the business?

    I'd say post-work exam or post-employment exam.

    Maybe someone else will have a better idea.
    No, this is a medical examination. The employees are examined to find out whether they are healthy.

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    Re: leaving medical examination

    If it is BEFORE they are hired, it will be a pre-employment medical exam.

    I was confused by your question.

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    Re: leaving medical examination

    Quote Originally Posted by susiedqq View Post
    If it is BEFORE they are hired, it will be a pre-employment medical exam.

    I was confused by your question.
    and upon termination of the employment it is a "post-employment medical examination"?

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    Re: leaving medical examination

    this is all sounding very legal.
    pre-employment medical exam. : the trouble is, this merely means, yes, give me a medical. It is just a formality - I still get a job even if I'm half dead. It's just that it comes before I start work, not a day or two after!

    A pre-requisite medical examination to determine fitness for employment.

    pre-requisite: a thing (here: the medical) that is required as a prior condition for something else (here: employment) to happen or exist

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    Re: leaving medical examination

    Yes - "post" means "after."

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    Re: leaving medical examination

    Sometimes it is referred to as your "exit medical examination."

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    Re: leaving medical examination

    Ha!

    Is that anything like the "exit interview"?

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    Re: leaving medical examination

    Quote Originally Posted by susiedqq View Post
    Ha!

    Is that anything like the "exit interview"?
    No, not an interview. A physical examination by a doctor.

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