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Reasonable Adjustments in the workplace

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  • delight2107
    delight2107 Community member Posts: 30 Connected
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    Thanks Sharon and Janer, I find your help, advice and listening ears very useful.  I really appreciate your valuable words, I will keep you posted in the progress
  • delight2107
    delight2107 Community member Posts: 30 Connected
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    janer1967 said:
    @UHDBsharon10 just wanted to advise that employers do NOT have to agree to RA they do however have to consider them and give a valid reason why they are not able to accommodate them of which there can be many valid reasons eg cost , adaptions to property , any valid b6siness reason 

    @delight2107 I replied to your other post just to add have you had a look at acas website for advice or contact them 

    It is bit early to be thinking of tribunal you will need to appeal the decision first and exhaust all options of resolving this with the company 
    Thank you
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