The Danish Supreme Court sets limits for disability and absence due to illness

On 22 November 2017, the Supreme Court delivered four judgments on employment law matters. In two of the judgments, the Supreme Court established that a disability in the sense of the Danish Anti-Discrimination Act does not require that the functional limitation is caused by an illness that has been medically diagnosed. In the two other judgments, the Supreme Court provided guidelines for the calculation of the 120 days of absence due to illness in connection with part-time illness. 

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