Two in five disabled workers not receiving reasonable adjustments, research finds

Two in five disabled employees are not receiving the reasonable adjustments they need from their employer, a poll has found.

The survey of 400 workers, conducted by Pearn Kandola, found that 27 per cent of individuals who had disclosed their disability to their employer said they were not receiving the adjustments they needed.

This increased to three in five (59 per cent) among those who had not disclosed their disability – which the report said could be because organisations that are poor at providing adjustments are also more likely to be poor at creating an environment where individuals feel safe sharing that they have a disability.

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