Labour & European Law Review
28 August 2008
According to a recent report commissioned by the TUC, vulnerable workers are not getting the advice they need because employment advisers are not adequately resourced.
In 1999, the Court of Appeal said that a disabled person did not have to show they were in the “same or similar circumstances” as a non-disabled person when identifying an appropriate comparator.
The 1995 Disability Discrimination Act (DDA) requires employers to make reasonable adjustments in certain circumstances.