Review of Recent GB DecisionsPosted in : Supplementary Case Law NI on 25 May 2010
1. Chief Constable of South Yorkshire v Jelic (DDA reasonable adjustments)
2. Roldan v Salford Royal NHS Foundation Trust (extent of disciplinary investigations)
3. Leeds City Council v Woodhouse (Contract labour)
4. Secretary of State for Justice v Mansfield (effect of ongoing police investigations)
1. Chief Constable of South Yorkshire v Jelic  UKEAT
Disability Discrimination Act; reasonable adjustments
The EAT handed down this decision in April 2010 which is authority for the proposition that swapping the role of a disabled employee with that of another employee is capable of being a reasonable adjustment under the DDA.
The Claimant had
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