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Australia’s anti-discrimination legislation imposes positive obligations on employers to make reasonable adjustments in the workplace to accommodate an employee’s disability, unless doing so would cause unjustifiable hardship to the business.
A failure to make such reasonable adjustments may constitute disability discrimination.
In a recent decision, the Federal Circuit Court of Australia (the Co…
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