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Case of the Month
8/2019
Reasonable adjustments - disability
In the anonymised case of A Ltd v Z it was held that an employer need not have actual knowledge of a person’s disability to be liable to make “reasonable adjustments”. It is enough that they have constructive knowledge . In other words that they ought to have known of (in this case) the employee’s mental health problems.
 
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