FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS – IN WORK

THE DISABILITY DISCRIMINATION ACT

Under the Equality Act of 2010, if you have a disability or health condition, your employer has a duty to ensure you can do your job and apply for other jobs in the same way as someone who does not have a disability. This is called making reasonable adjustments.

What support can I get in work to help me to do my job if I have a disability?

Am I classed as disabled under the Equality Act?

What is classed as a reasonable adjustment?

When do employers have a legal requirement to make reasonable adjustments?

ACCESS TO WORK

How do I apply for Access to Work?

Am I eligible for Access to Work?

What kind of help can I get via Access to Work?

What is Access to Work?

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