08 August 2018
Employers have a duty (under Section 20 of the Equality Act 2010) to take such steps that are reasonable to avoid a disabled worker being at a substantial disadvantage – this is often called the employer’s ‘duty to make reasonable adjustments’. A worker’s consent to an adjustment and protecting a worker’s pay as a reasonable adjustment has recently been examined in the Employment Appeal Tribunal; (“EAT”) case of G4S Cash Solutions (UK) Limited and Powell. In our latest Croner Briefing, Regional Litigation Manager Amanda Beattie explores the case and what can be learnt from it. To access this briefing, simply click the download button above, alternatively you can contact us on 0800 032 4088.Download
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