Jen Rooney, disability inclusion specialist and founder of The Wellbeing Tortoise, explores why employers need to understand and embrace the human case for reasonable adjustments to cultivate inclusive workplaces.
Employment lawyer Max Winthrop discusses the law and best practice around disability-related reasonable adjustments at disciplinary and grievance meetings.
Karen Jackson, founder-director of Didlaw, and Jen Rooney, workplace wellbeing and disability inclusion specialist, discuss how organisations can advance disability inclusion in their workplace.
Dee Caunt, chief executive at the Dyslexia Association, shares her thoughts on how organisations can support neurodiverse employees and benefit from their unique strengths.
Max Winthrop, partner and head of the employment law team at Short, Richardson & Forth, guides us through the current maze of discrimination law, and provides practical advice on what you need to bear in mind when making decisions on workforce matters.
How far should employers go in meeting their obligations under the Equality Act 2010 to make reasonable adjustments for disabled workers? Drawing on examples from case law, we discuss some key dos and don'ts when making reasonable adjustments.
We discuss common issues associated with dismissal for long-term poor attendance recently highlighted in the EAT decision of Kelly v Royal Mail Group.
Podcasts and webinars: HR and legal information and guidance relating to disability discrimination.
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