Karen Jackson, Founder-Director of didlaw, is a recognised leader and authority on disability discrimination who regularly writes, trains and speaks on disability discrimination laws in the employment context.
- the first book dedicated to disability discrimination law since the Equality Act 2010 became law
- contains a comprehensive overview of the law
- accompanied by a case study showing how the law is applied in practice
- contains an overview of the Employment Tribunal process and precedents
- the book also included key guidance from the Equality and Human Rights Commission Statutory Code of Practice on Employment, the Office for Disability Issues Guidance on the Definition of disability and all the relevant extracts from the statutes around disability discrimination.
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- a work aimed at Occupational Health practitioners giving a thorough grounding in discrimination law in the work context
- other contributors to the book include Allen Tyrer, a former City lawyer whose website stammeringlaw.org.uk contains a wealth of information on disability discrimination law
- Chapter 3 Legal protections for those with a disability is written by Karen Jackson of didlaw
- discrimination laws are complex to the non-expert. This book aims to simplify the key areas so that OH professionals can do their job with an awareness of the issues
- Health and Safety at Work magazine gave the book 4/4 for content and calls it “an absolute mine of information, with clear summaries of the law and of cases showing how it has been applied… the practical implications for OH specialists and indeed managers are set out very well”.