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Your employer only has to provide reasonable adjustments if they are aware of your increased needs. Make sure you tell them when you need these, and that you can prove that there’s a written record of you doing this.
You should not have to pay for any adjustments at work. Your employer will pay for these, and additional funding may be available from the Government’s scheme.
Consider getting in touch with one or more of the following organisations to get advice.
Consider a newly disabled employee who is in full-time paid employment. Staff.
My son's carer has gone on longterm sick. Are we liable to pay her sick pay? As well as paying for someone else to cover her hours?
Hi guys, my statutory sick pay comes to an end at the end of this month & my application has been processed to start on ESA from then.
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