If necessary, individual adaptations of organizational processes are also part of a disability-friendly work design. People with illnesses that have a fluctuating history with better and worse days or phases, such as multiple sclerosis and rheumatic diseases, a disturbed day-night rhythm, mental illnesses, and many others, benefit in particular from such adaptations. Neurodiverse people can also compensate for disability-related disadvantages through individual adjustments and sustainably increase their productivity at work.
Possible adjustments to the work organization always depend on the individual case. Possible options include
Job coaching can also profitably support the employee and the employer in individually adapting organizational processes and strengthening the competencies required of the employee or trainee to perform the job.
Severely disabled employees and employees or trainees who are treated as equals have a legal claim against the university to a disability-friendly department and maintenance of their workplace, in which they can use and develop their skills and knowledge as fully as possible. This also includes a disability-friendly adaptation of the work organization.