When Michael is forced to pick a low-grade health care plan for his employees, he tells Dwight to do it for him. When Dwight chooses an extraordinarily bad plan for the Scranton Branch, the workers complain and Michael hides in his office, not wanting to face the wrath of his employees.
Did You Know?
The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) does state that existing employees must not be required to disclose medical information unless the inquiry is related to functions of the employee's job. Therefore Dwight's questioning would indeed be illegal. See more
Please knock. This is an office.
[pointing to sign
If it's the same thing, then why'd you write "workspace"?