The UK’s “Personnel Today” has a good article setting out ten “reasonable adjustments” that an employer can make to accommodate an employee who is disabled. The article cites pertinent cases to support its recommendations.
US readers can peruse this short article and substitute “reasonable accommodation” for “reasonable adjustment” and get some good ideas.
Here’s a couple of suggestions found in the article:
— allow for regular breaks to allow for the employee to cope with the disability;
— provide a disabled employee with a mentor;
— amend the employer’s policy on companions at certain meetings;
— swap roles with another employee.