The question you need to ask yourself is whether:
- the way you do things
- any physical feature of your workplace
- the absence of an auxiliary aid or service
puts a disabled worker or job applicant at a substantial disadvantage compared with a person who is not disabled. Anything that is more than minor or trivial is a substantial disadvantage.
If a substantial disadvantage does exist, then you must make reasonable adjustments.
The aim of the adjustments you make is to remove or reduce the substantial disadvantage.
But you only have to make adjustments that are reasonable for you to make. There is more information about how to work out what is reasonable a bit later in this part of the guide.
Last updated: 12 Jul 2016