Written warning was not a substantial disadvantage


Deaf, hubby to Rachel, dad to Corey, Libby and Emily, Solicitor, Lecturer in Legal Practice at University of South Wales, PhD student at University of Leicester.

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  1. Natalya D says:

    This is where the Equality Act completely lets disabled people who need adjustments to attendance so we can access hospital or disability appointments which are NOT flexible with employment needs. I had about 7 visits to audiology last summer cos 2 hearing aids broke at once and then 5 loaner aids also died on me before we could get funding secured for replacements #BAHAUser… My current boss was sensible, but I’ve had management before who would have made a big fuss about it or assumed no one could possibly have a cluster of hearing aid failures like this…

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