What Are My Legal Duties Under The Disability Discrimination Act?
We're not lawyers and in all likelihood neither are you. The Disability Discrimination Act (DDA) is quite a complicated piece of law so if you want expert advice it really is worth speaking to your company solicitor. However, we've tried to break it down into some easily digestible points. The DDA made easy
It's also worth looking at frequently asked questions for a range of issues raised by line managers including the all important question "When does a mental health problem become a disability under the Disability Discrimination Act?". The answers have been provided by The Employers Forum on Disability.
The organisation that monitors the workings of the Disability Discrimination Act is the Commission for Equality and Human Rights or CEHR. Their website contains information about the Disability Discrimination Act.