Employment Law Updates
When is An Employee Disabled?
The question can sometimes arise as to whether an employee is disabled. This occurs often when the employee has a condition which is debilitating, but the employer argues that it is not “long-term” (this being a necessary feature of a condition if it is to be classed as a disability)....
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Employment Law Updates
Disability and Potential Cancer
A problematic judgment last month from the Appeal Tribunal has been published concerning when a pre-cancerous growth should be treated as a disability. Many conditions have to be assessed in terms of their impact upon an employee before an employer can truly know whether the employee has a disability. Many...
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Employment Law Updates
Definition Of Disability: Diabetes & Discrimination
The Appeal tribunal has made a ruling that progressive conditions, such as type 2 diabetes, which do not have a substantial adverse impact on the employee at the time the matter is tried, but which may develop to an extent that they do have such an impact, ARE disabilities, or...
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