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Reasonable adjustments

We want to create workplace which values and respects the different skills and experiences that our people bring, where everyone is supported to be themselves without discrimination.

Reasonable adjustments are changes that we can make to minimise the effects of a mental or physical condition, or disability, on your job. These are often small changes, such as adjusting a shift pattern or setting more regular breaks, but they can have a hugely positive effect.

Examples of reasonable adjustments include:

  • Giving more one to one support or assigning an in-work buddy
  • Providing a longer or different induction process
  • Altered duties or caseload
  • Providing software or equipment

You are entitled to reasonable adjustments at any stage of your employment journey with us.

We will always ask if you have any requirements for your interview, such as a later start time, providing an interpreter or enable a job coach or support worker to attend with you.

As an expert in your own condition, we will listen to what you need, and any reasonable adjustments in place will be reviewed regularly to check they are working.

Our Purple staff network is also available to support all staff with disabilities, physical or mental health conditions and caring responsibilities. Together, we’re committed to supporting you to thrive.

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