Our expert says:
If he hearing is over and the decision is awaited, it sounds very peculiar for the employer to try to re-open the whole matter by insisting on new assessments etc. Generally, the party requesting such a report is the one who would have to pay for it, IF they can convince the court / arbitrator . whoever that it is genuinely needed rather than simply a way of harassing you. You need legal adicve, from a free law clinic at the law school, for instance.
Alopecia Ariata, by the way, is a recognized skin condition, and not one caused by psychological stress as such. The dermatologist's opinion should have been sufficient.
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