Cordell v Foreign and Commonwealth Office - Reasonableness of adjustments for disabled employees [2011] EAT

(i) cost can certainly be relevant in deciding on the reasonableness of adjustments to be made for disabled employees.

(ii) the fact that an employer refuses to employ a disabled person because doing so would involve cost does not mean that the disabled person can claim direct disability discrimination instead of (or as well as) a claim for failure to make reasonable adjustments.

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