A Workplace Adjustment Passport is a tool for employees and supervisors/managers to document any form of assistance or adjustment that helps to reduce or eliminate barriers at work for a person with a long-term health condition or impairment.
These are portable, and will be regularly reviewed to ensure appropriate support is being provided. An employee can use the passport to inform new managers of their needs when changing role or team. They can also be useful in explaining to colleagues why certain things have been put in place.
Enlightened employers don’t restrict this to people who meet the Equality Act definition of disability – enabling employees to thrive in the workplace by removing barriers they may face makes good business sense.
There are examples of Workplace Adjustment Passports from a variety of organisations in this portal.