Reasonable Adjustments. (a) Where Doctors have a disability (whether permanent or temporary) the Health Service is required to make reasonable adjustments to enable the Doctor to continue to perform their duties, subject to subclause 62.2(b) below.
Reasonable Adjustments. Reasonable adjustments include unknown or unique items whether favorable or unfavorable to the calculation of the performance goal as determined by the Compensation Committee of the Board of Directors. Examples include, but are not limited to, acquisitions, partnerships, divestitures, changes in tax law, or other regulation changes.
Reasonable Adjustments. Employees may need reduced hours, or duties, or other changes to usual working arrangements for a temporary period following some treatments. Guidance from Occupational Health may be sought and taken into consideration. Managers should be as flexible as possible to accommodate this. Flexibility should also be offered in taking annual leave or rearranging working hours in order to attend appointments.
Reasonable Adjustments. While disability is in no way routinely associated with performance problems, managers must consider the possibility that under-performance is the result of a disability. If this is the case, there is a statutory duty to make reasonable adjustments to the working arrangements to help reduce any disadvantage the appointee might otherwise experience. For example, it may be reasonable to provide specialist equip- ment to assist the appointee or to re-organise work allocation within a team. Managers should liaise with their People Business Partner for advice.
Reasonable Adjustments are those adjustments made to remove barriers preventing people from integrating into the workplace. The duty to provide reasonable adjustments is a positive duty to remove any barriers or provide extra support to disabled employees in the workplace and for applicants during the recruitment process. Failure to make that adjustment may amount to discrimination. (See Appendix 1 for further guidance).
Reasonable Adjustments. Anyone who is part of a case, whether having reported misconduct or provided a witness statement or as the Registrant/Trainee, may make requests for reasonable adjustments to the procedure to enable them to engage effectively, if otherwise they would find it substantially more difficult to do so by reason of health, disability, communication preference, personal circumstances or other relevant factors. Such a request must be supported by sufficient disclosure of circumstances and relevant evidence for NRCPD to consider it. NRCPD will regularly ask parties to a case if reasonable adjustments are to be requested.
Reasonable Adjustments. • The University has a legal duty to consider requests for reasonable adjustments from applicants with a disability. Each request received for reasonable adjustments must be considered on their own individual merit. • Where reasonable adjustments are requested via the Web Recruitment system, the recruiting manager should ensure that administrators are able to review and where the request is deemed reasonable, put relevant provisions in place.
Reasonable Adjustments. The Board is committed to considering any reasonable adjustments needed to ensure that you can participate in the selection process fairly. Requests will be considered on a case-by-case basis and the information given will not be used in selection decisions. If you are recommended for appointment, any reasonableadjustments to enable you to take up appointment will be discussed separately with you by the Judicial Office for Scotland after the Board has made its recommendation.