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Should people with bipolar disorder be required to make their diagnosis public on job applications?

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  • No, medical conditions should be confidential.

    No, people with bipolar disorder should not be required to make their diagnosis public at work, as medical conditions should be kept confidential. Many people with bipolar disorder are able to manage their condition without issue, and needing to disclose this information could result in discrimination or bullying within the workplace.

  • No, those with bipolar disorder shouldn't have to list their disorder publicly or on job applications.

    No, people with bipolar disorder shouldn't have to list their disorder publicly or on a job application. Legally, their is no reason for a company to deny an applicant based on their mental health as long as the disorder doesn't affect their ability to do the job with a reasonable accommodation. Mental health is a private matter and should be kept as such.

  • It's their privacy.

    No, people with bipolar disorder should not be required to make their diagnosis public on job applications, because that would be unfair to them. Most of the time, a person with bipolar can do a fine job performing the essential functions of a job. To make them disclose would make it hard for them to find a job.

  • No They Shouldn't

    I do not believe people with bipolar disorder should be required to make their diagnosis public on job applications. If they were forced to reveal this information they would never be hired for a position, given all of the competition in the job market. Making this a requirement would leave this people on the disability system rather they were functioning or not.


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