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is the duty to make reasonable adjustments reflexive?

Lets for the sake of understanding take an example we can talk about. Let's say Bob has problems with his back and needs a desk that he can either sit or stand at. Every company has procedures. Bob ...
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What is the implementation cost threshold for a requested reasonable adjustment to become unreasonable?

Whatever is reasonable in the circumstances There is no fixed amount, that’s why they used the word “reasonable”. It depends not just on the cost, but the resources of the employer, the value-add the ...
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is the duty to make reasonable adjustments reflexive?

It's not necessarily unlawful for an employee to have to seek authorisation from senior colleagues to make a decision, to ask senior colleagues to make a decision, or ask other colleagues to make ...
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