Reasonable Adjustments

Reasonable Adjustments

Reasonable Adjustments
Reasonable Adjustments

Many people with a mental illness have a legal right to ask their employer to make changes known as ‘reasonable adjustments’ to their jobs and workplace. These adjustments enable the individual with a mental illness to overcome barriers to their being able to apply for and carry out a job for which they have the right skills.

The document sets out a number of practical ways in which employers may modify the work environment to support those who hear voices and thus enable voice-hearers to become more effective and engaged in the work they do.

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