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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.

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 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.

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 ...

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.

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 ap...

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.

Can you justify disability discrimination?

| by Nick Singer
Are there occasions when treating someone unlawful because of their disability lawful in an employment tribunal?

What are disbursements?

| by Nick Singer
This is money that the solicitor has to pay to third parties to help prepare the employment tribunal case. For example, fees for medical or other e...

What is a disability?

| by Nick Singer
A person is disabled if they have a physical or mental impairment which has a substantially adverse and long-term effect on their ability to carry ...

What is the qualifying period for maternity pay and leave?

| by Hetal Gir
Eligible employees can take up to 52 weeks’ maternity leave. The first 26 weeks is known as ‘Ordinary Maternity Leave’, the last 26 weeks as ‘Addit...

How does a barristers chambers work?

| by Nick Singer
The practice of law in the United Kingdom is divided into two distinct main areas between solicitors and barristers.

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