Amy C. on March 23, 2018
I scanned through the other questions, but didn't see this specific one.
I am 5 years post- treatment. My health is mostly ok, and just have regular checkups now. I did not work during treatment, but my employer at the time was very amenable to my situation and kept my short and long term disability payments going, and I returned to my job after completing treatment.
My company recently closed the entire office, thus I am job searching. I know not to reveal my health history during the interview process. Also, I had a very nice resume review here! Thanks! Previously, it had not mattered to me if people knew about my health.
Now that I will hopefully have a new job soon, I have to figure out when is a good time to share my health history, as I am getting to know new coworkers. Common sense tells me that I should make sure I'm fitting with the job/employer/coworkers first, as well as any probationary period, or career advancement or reviews.
What do you think is a reasonable amount of time?