UK Border Force: Reasonable Adjustments

Home Office written question – answered am ar 1 Mai 2024.

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Photo of Barry Gardiner Barry Gardiner Llafur, Brent North

To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department, with reference to page 38 of the Independent review of Border Force by Alexander Downer, published on 20 July 2022, how many and what proportion of officers who are unable to remain in position because their reasonable adjustments can no longer be accommodated (a) have moved to a lower pay scale, (b) have chosen to take part in the Voluntary Exit Scheme, (c) are over the age of 50 and (d) had been placed on reasonable adjustments in the last five years.

Photo of Tom Pursglove Tom Pursglove Minister of State (Minister for Legal Migration and Delivery)

Border Force does not hold the information in an easily accessible format, therefore the information requested cannot be obtained without disproportionate cost. However, Border Force can confirm that no officer who was unable to remain at the Heathrow PCP has moved to a lower pay scale.

The Home Office prioritises removing or reducing workplace barriers by implementing workplace adjustments, so that impacted employees and those with long-term health conditions have the same opportunities as those without reasonable adjustments.

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