Disability and making reasonable adjustments during a global pandemic

Recently published research has revealed that one-fifth of disabled employees have had their request to work from home, be furloughed or redeployed during the COVID-19 pandemic rejected.

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COVID-19 has affected every sector of our economy and an important element of the 2020 board evaluation will be identifying and reporting on how reactive and resilient the board has been throughout the pandemic.

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Initially planned for March 2020, the Housing LIN Summit took place virtually over five days in December (7-11 December 2020), with over 700 delegates celebrating outstanding innovation, leading practice developments and sector thought-leadership from the last year.

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Keeping positive can be a challenge during a pandemic, but it’s vital that businesses look ahead to the future and the opportunities that 2021 holds.

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