Equality Act 2010 Disability and the DDA
The Equality Act 2010 encompasses the requirements of the previous DDA. Find discussion and compliance information about the Disability Discrimination Act DDA and the current Equality Act 2010. The Equality Act applies to all employers and everyone who provides a service to the public, except the Armed Forces. It is a law designed to end discrimination against disabled people.
It also meets the needs of small to medium sized businesses because it is flexible enough to take account of your business’s individual circumstances. This section covers all areas of disability compliance. For DDA/Equality Act compliance services such as access audits see the link below.
Disability Discrimination Act (DDA) accessibility audit company providing disabled access audits via reasonable adjustment. Compliance report specialists. Phone for free advice.
Providing information, advice and assistance to UK businesses and individuals that have a disability discrimination case or potential case against them.
Specialist provider including the sale, rental and training of evacuation chairs (Evac) to assist with compliance to the DDA/Equality Act 2010. Read product details along with video clips, testimonials and contacts for more information.
Information and articles about how the Equality Duty Act applies to stammering in the areas of employment, receiving services and education as well as social security benefits for people who stammer.
Founded to promote equality for disabled people in Wales and highlight issues of discrimination. Site includes contacts with details of how to get involved.
Contains up to date information, advice, news and downloads. Offers codes of practice, help lines and assistance with disability discrimination claims and a number of legal resources concerning a disability discrimination claim.
Mr. Odell is a wrongful termination lawyer in Los Angeles, California. His law firm helps disabled workers in lawsuits against corporations that fire them because of their disability or deny them a lawful leave of absence. His firm offers everyone free consultations.
Unfortunately, we can’t control when serious illnesses or disabilities will strike, preventing us from successfully completing our work tasks. When this happens, what should an employee do? Under California law, in many situations the employee can take a disability leave of absence. Our Los Angeles leave of absence lawyer helps enforce CA law when employers try to fire disabled employees. Disability discrimination is unlawful in CA contact this lawyer if you were fired.