Disability discrimination law in the workplace

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Key learnings

  • Employers must not discriminate against any disabled worker, trainee, apprentice, contract worker or job candidate.
  • Businesses must make 'reasonable adjustments' that prevent or reduce disadvantage to disabled people in their workplace.
  • There are many organisations and support networks that can assist employers, disabled employees and disabled entrepreneurs. 
  • Access to Work grants and the Stelios Awards for Disabled Entrepreneurs can provide financial support.  

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