Duty to Make Reasonable Adjustments

Gillian Cumming
24th Nov 2009

In the recent case of Secretary of State for the Department for Work and Pensions v Alam, the Employment Appeal Tribunal has provided guidance as to when the duty to make reasonable adjustments arises and when it does not.

Employment law tribunal cases


This is one of the most important guidances in recent months because is touching very sensitive subject.


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