Diversity in action: A guide for charities – a focus on reasonable adjustments

Employers need to be aware of the rules around reasonable adjustments for disabled applicants and employees.

Recognised as a ‘cornerstone’ of the Equality Act 2010 (EA), the duty to make reasonable adjustments requires employers to take positive steps to ensure that those with disabilities can access and progress in employment. Many employers find navigating this area of law challenging.

Here we have set out our top five tips for getting reasonable adjustments right.

Read the top 5 tips here

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READ MORE: In this blog, Katie Exell, who co-leads a Bates Wells network dedicated to enhancing support for people with disabilities, neurodiversity, and/or caring responsibilities, highlights practical tips from the recent “Legally Disabled?” Covid-19 survey.

This information is necessarily of a general nature and doesn’t constitute legal advice. This is not a substitute for formal legal advice, given in the context of full information under an engagement with Bates Wells.

All content on this page is correct as of February 5, 2021.