Disability discrimination: Stopping hotdesking for short time is reasonable adjustment
This report relates to 1 case(s)
Baker v House of Commons Commission ET/2200145/2019 (0 other reports)
Baker v House of Commons Commission ET/2200145/2019
disability discrimination | reasonable adjustments | hotdesking
In Baker v House of Commons Commission, an employment tribunal held that the employer had breached its duty to make reasonable adjustments when it failed to prevent the use of a disabled employee's modified workstation as a hot desk during her one-day absence.