Reasonable adjustments at work
Many people with a mental health problem have a legal right to ask an employer for changes to be made to their jobs and workplaces in order for them to apply for or do their job. This guide sets out exactly what a reasonable adjustment is, and has examples from people with experience of a mental health problem and what adjustments were made for them.
This is a comprehensive guide that makes what could seem like a daunting and complicated topic easy to understand. Line managers, as well as employees, can benefit from reading this guide to ensure they understand the law and what is expected of them.