Duty to make reasonable adjustments does not apply to associative disability discrimination, confirms EAT
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Hainsworth v Ministry of Defence EAT/0227/13
disability discrimination | associative discrimination | carers
The Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) has confirmed that employers do not have a duty to make reasonable adjustments where an individual, typically a carer, has an association with a disabled person.