Disability Discrimination: A step too far

The EAT has tightened up its approach to the duty to make reasonable adjustments, write Nick Thorpe and Gemma Rusling ‘The duty to make reasonable adjustments requires an employer to take reasonable steps to avoid a disabled person being put at a substantial disadvantage in the workplace when compared to a person who is not …
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Cases Referenced

  • Newcastle upon Tyne Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust v Bagley [2012] UKEAT /0417/11
  • RBS v Ashton [2011] ICR 632
  • The Environment Agency v Rowan [2008] IRLR 20