Companies cannot ‘unquestioningly’ accept OH if they say a worker isn’t disabled.

Head of Employment, Andrew Knorpel advises that employers cannot unquestionably accept the opinion of an occupational health practitioner that an employee is not disabled, in light of the recent Gallop v Newport City Council case.
Click here to read the full article which was first published in HR Zone on 12th Dec 2013.

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