Examples of Reasonable Adjustments for the workplace
It is important that all workers know, ‘Employers must make reasonable adjustments to make sure workers with disabilities, or physical or mental health conditions, aren’t substantially disadvantaged when doing their jobs’ (Gov.uk 2018.)
If you have a learning difficulty or disability needs, which Reasonable Adjustments would suit you? If you do not know, do not worry, you can ask for a free Workplace Assessment from Access to Work. This is a grant available from the Government to cover additional disability costs experienced at paid work, an internship/traineeship or self-employment. This is a list of just a few examples of what employers can do under the Equality Act (2010) to accommodate your needs at work. Everyone’s needs are different, even with similar conditions; it is about making you as effective and independent as possible, by putting in place support for you to do your best work that benefits everyone. The Equality and Human Rights Commission explain.
Some examples are:
Clear Talent profiles allows people to create a profile to share when going for interviews or with current employers that encourages openness between the employer and the employee. Generates advice and tips to find solutions and make reasonable adjustments for overcoming a disability, health condition or simply someone's weaknesses. A way to declare your personal situation and overcome it with solutions. Have you created a profile yet? http://www.cleartalentsondemand.com.
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