Reasonable Adjustments

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What is a reasonable adjustment?

| by Nick Singer
Reasonable adjustments within the workplace are there to remove and/or minimise the disadvantages experienced by disabled people.

How do you assess what a reasonable adjustment is?

| by Nick Singer
Under the Equality Act 2010 an employer has a duty to take make reasonable adjustments when a workplace feature or practice puts a worker or job applicant with a disability at a disadvantage.

When is a reasonable adjustment unreasonable?

| by Nick Singer
The employer has a duty to make reasonable adjustments when they have knowledge about their employee's disability.

Reasonable adjustment temporary or permanent?

| by Nick Singer
The Equality Act 2010 places a duty on all employers to make ‘reasonable adjustments’ to accommodate the needs of their disabled employees and any disabled job applicants

What reasonable adjustments can you ask for?

| by Nick Singer
A provision criterion or practice (PCP) is a term used by the legal profession mainly during discrimination cases in the employment tribunal.

Recruitment and reasonable adjustments, what is the law?

| by Nick Singer
Making reasonable adjustments during the recruitment process in relation to a disabled job applicant:

What are some examples of reasonable adjustments?

| by Nick Singer
The Equality Act 2010 places an active duty on employers to make reasonable adjustments to accommodate the needs of disabled employees.
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