Covers the disability legislation, the definition of disability, the obligations on an employer when employing a person with a disability, reasonable accommodation, the scope of employer's statutory duties, disproportionate burden and discrimination through association.
The Employment Equality Acts 1998 to 2015 prohibit both direct and indirect discrimination on nine grounds including on the disability ground.
Obligations on employers
Scope of employer's statutory duties
Discrimination through association
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