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Sickness absence procedures are subject to the reasonable adjustment duty, as recently confirmed by the Court of Appeal. However other types of Equality Act claim can also apply.

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Diana Kloss looks at new FOM ethics guidance on how far OH requires consent to report following statutory health surveillance. Regulations made under the Health and Safety at Work etc Act 1974 (HSW Act) impose a duty on employers to undertake health surveillance

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Diana Kloss looks at discrimination based on a fear that a job applicant may develop a disability in the future, in the light of the EAT decision in Chief Constable of Norfolk v Coffey. Cuts in public expenditure have led to a substantial reduction in the numbers of police officers. Recently, the Commissioner for the Metropolitan Police

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