I recently started a job, where I worked with 3 other people from my household. I worked there for a week before I realized that the job was a crap feast and I quit. Everyone else had worked at least 3 weeks. During the orientation there was no disclosure saying I had to pay for a physical examination and they had even set it up.
I was the only one charged for a physical exam in the house.
If it matters the other 3 people are females and I'm a male.
I am not sure of the facts here. If the employer set the physical, it is their contract to fulfill. I think that unless it was billed in your name and not in the employer's name you do not have to pay. The others probably stayed long enough to have the employer pay for it. I do not have enough information to completely answer this question.
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