Reasonable Adjustments for Disabilities - A Guide for Employers 2023

Posted in : Reasonable Adjustments – Guidance for Employers on 27 April 2023
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Issues covered: Reasonable Adjustments; Disabilities

Lewis Silkin, in association with Legal Island, have prepared what we hope will be a user-friendly and helpful guide.  This has been developed with employers in mind, to help bring guidance and resources for the making of adjustments for disabled applicants and employees into one user-friendly publication.

Employers should not be scared of employing disabled people – as this guide shows, it generally doesn’t take very many resources to support disabled employees so that they can work effectively and efficiently.

In Part 1 of the guide Adam Brett provides a short introduction to the legal position and some of the factors for consideration when considering what adjustments to make.


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This article is correct at 27/04/2023

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