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Duty to make reasonable adjustments: five tips from case law

The duty to make reasonable adjustments for disabled workers requires employers to consider what is “reasonable”. But how can employers make sure they stay on the right side of this requirement? We round up five examples where the courts and tribunals found that the duty was triggered.

1. Beware that pay protection may be a reasonable adjustment
2. Poor memory may trigger duty to make reasonable adjustments
3. Consider all reasonable adjustments before commencing performance reviews
4. Reduction in hours can be a reasonable adjustment
5. Expectation to work late can trigger duty to make reasonable adjustments

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December 21, 2016

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