§19204-B. Restrictions on requiring tests or results of tests
An employee or applicant for employment may not be required to submit to an HIV
test or reveal whether the employee or applicant for employment has obtained an HIV
test as a condition of employment or to maintain employment, except when based on
a bona fide occupational qualification. The Maine Human Rights Commission shall enforce
1995, c. 404, §16 (AMD)
The employment status of any employee may not be affected or changed:
A. If the employee declines to be tested; [2007, c. 93, §4 (AMD).]
B. If the employee testifies or assists in any proceeding under this chapter; [1987, c. 811, §9 (NEW).]
C. If the employee asserts any other rights exercised in good faith pursuant to this
chapter; or [1987, c. 811, §9 (NEW).]
D. Because of the result of any test taken pursuant to this chapter. [1987, c. 811, §9 (NEW).]
2007, c. 93, §4 (AMD)
1987, c. 811, §9 (NEW).
1989, c. 161, (AMD).
1995, c. 404, §16 (AMD).
2007, c. 93, §4 (AMD).
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