Making Reasonable Adjustments for Disabled Employees

Employers must make reasonable adjustments to ensure disabled workers aren't seriously disadvantaged when doing their jobs. But this raises many questions, such as who exactly is entitled to these adjustments and what counts as 'reasonable'?

Collectively, David and Tom have over 30 years' experience of handling disability discrimination claims. So the pair are well placed to answer these and the numerous other questions posed by this intricate and often thorny area of law.

During this hour-long discussion they highlight where things most commonly go wrong and give advice on the steps employers can take to avoid these pitfalls.

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Date:Published Tuesday 12 May 2015
Duration:1.0 hour
CPD hours:1 hour

Tom Coghlin

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