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The ‘paperless office’ has been a concept for the last 20 years, to no avail but digital technology and new innovations will help introduce the ‘less paper office’.

People have different needs. Ergonomics provides a basis for understanding the human condition and applying appropriate solutions for people’s varying needs. The Disability Discrimination Act was brought in to promote rights for disabled people. One area of its remit is to make it unlawful for employers to discriminate against employees, or potential employees, on the grounds of a disability. The Act relates to all aspects of employment from applications and interviews through to an employee’s physical surroundings, training and job progression. Together, an approach to encourage innovative design and solutions from architects, builders, designers and facilities managers, to enable people with special needs or disabilities to maintain their independence and dignity at work is now best practice.

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