Under half (47%) of line managers said they would be able to offer support to colleagues with cancer with reasonable adjustments in their workplace, according to a new study exclusive to HR magazine.
Business Disability Forum’s research showed the stark reality of the battle for reasonable adjustments. Angela Matthews, the charity's policy and research lead, discusses the results and how HR can...
A former consultant at insurance company Direct Line was awarded £64,645 in damages after the firm failed to make reasonable adjustments for her menopausal symptoms.
A tribunal has found that retailer Marks & Spencer unfairly fired an autistic man after a colleague complained about his behaviour.
Getting workplace adjustments is not easy for nine out of 10 disabled employees, according to the Business Disability Forum’s (BDF) Great Big Workplace Adjustments Survey 2023.
More than two thirds (67%) of employees with invisible disabilities say they have to source support and reasonable adjustments at work alone.
Just 23% of HR professionals have had specific neurodiversity training in the last 12 months, according to new research.
Our new working environment, with many employees based both at home and in the office, means businesses may well need to take a long hard look at the reasonable adjustments they are making and ensure...