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Reasonable Adjustment Survey

 

Dear Member


 As Disabled Members’ Officer I am concerned that some managers' awareness of disability issues and their responsibilities under the Equality Act 2010 to make reasonable adjustments is not as it should be.
 I conducted a survey in 2015 of disabled members to see what their experiences are in regards to their managers understanding of their disability as well as their experience of getting reasonable adjustments.

I would like to repeat this survey to see if anything has changed in three years and whether disabled members would benefit from having individually tailored reasonable adjustment agreements or a Charter that would not only include a set of rights for disabled staff, but also a set of employer’s responsibilities.

If you consider yourself to have a disability, whether it is visible or hidden, please answer the following questions.

Your answers will be in the strictest of confidence and will not be shared with anyone.

Please download survey below and email reply to 

Philippa.Hands@birminghamunison.co.uk

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