What does it take for an employer's adaptation obligation under the Danish Anti-Discrimination Act to be met?

On 24 February 2016, the Danish Board of Equal Treatment decided on two cases regarding the issue of whether an employer had met its adaptation obligation in connection with disabled employees. In the first case, the employer was ordered to pay compensation, but in the second case, the Board decided in favour of the employer. But why?

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