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Dinesh Divekar
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Itech.pavan
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who are having eclipse problem are they eligible for insurance marketing job, for example one female employee joined in insurance company, she having eclipse problem,but she hide the problem and joined in company, then what we have to do
Dear Pavan,
What is eclipse problem? If she hid this problem but then why interviewer failed to judge whether this candidate has "eclipse problem" or not?
Your post is not clear. We need little more information.
Dinesh V Divekar

Dear Sir IT is calling moorcha( eclipse), are they eligible for insurance jobs, one lady has worked with icici producential life insurance, she has this problem.
Well i dont thing there is any problem in allowing her to continue.

Before going further i would like to ask you following:

-how did you came through her "eclipse disease/problem", Is that she recently got faint and medically you got informed about her problem.

-from how many days/wk she is working with your company?

-How many experienced you have or she got faint during her work period till today?

-Did you ask her (while at the time of joining or later) to serve "Medical fitness Certificate" or not?

-What your organizational policies says in this regard?

Second, she has every right to work and you must not object until she got declared medically unfit for job/work which is not been discovered yet, therefore, you need to ask her to present her "Medical Fitness Certificate" (If not asked before) and let her continue her job. Also there must not be used "Is she able for INSURANCE JOB" or etc because work function doesn't matter here.

Moreover, it is your social and professional duty to help her in this situation, though i buy, it is not right and acceptable to hide any kind of medical problem from employer while at the time of joining and she has to accept (if anything is serious). But there is a mistake by your end if not asked for "Medical Fitness Certificate" at the time of joining.

Dear Pavan,
The woman employee appears to have epilepsy and not eclipse what you are saying.
I am little surprised to find that you have replied after eight months but could not search proper spelling of her disease.
What matters is performance. How far her epileptic attacks impact her performance? Take decision depending on this.
Thanks,
Dinesh V Divekar
IT is calling moorcha( eclipse), are they eligible for insurance jobs, one lady has worked with icici producential life insurance, she has this problem.

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