The concept of ‘Disability Passports’ or ‘Tailored Adjustment Agreements’ as they are sometimes called, have been around for over 10 years. Many employers use them as a way of capturing and recording essential workplace adjustment agreements between the organisation and an individual.
The first one that became ‘famous’ was designed by BT in 2006. It was created as a joint project between their diversity & inclusion team and BT’s disability network, Able2. One of the members of the network needed a specific workplace adjustment.
In 2008, the Passport idea started to gain
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