Do you know when employers don’t need to make reasonable adjustments?
As an employer, you have the legal requirement, to make reasonable adjustments to to meet workplace criteria, so that any disabled workers are not put at a disadvantage.
However, it may be a case that you have a disabled worker, who is not well enough to come to work and they may not return, yet they have not told you.
You should start to consider making reasonable adjustments, only once an employee has indicated to you, that they may be fit to return to work.
Until that employee lets you know, that they are getting near to being able to return to work, you don’;t have to make adjustments for them.
It is good to ask a disabled employee, about adjustments that they may need, and discuss them before you implement them in your workplace. – Legal Manager.
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