The Court of Appeal has recently confirmed in Hainsworth v MOD  EWCA Civ 763 that the duty to make reasonable adjustments is only owed to disabled employees and that adjustments are not required to be made for employees who are associated in some way with a disabled person. To read more, please download the full article.
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