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When can you lawfully discriminate against an employee with a mental disability?

If you take adverse action against an employee or prospective employee because of their mental disability, you will not contravene section 351(1) of the FW Act if the employee or prospective employee could not meet the inherent requirements of their job.

When can you lawfully discriminate against an employee with a mental disability?
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