Disabled employees aged over 50 are less happy with their jobs than other workers in their demographic.
This is according to a new study by the Equality and Human Rights Commission (EHRC), which found that personnel in this group were particularly unhappy with their hours.
The organisation polled 1,494 men and women aged between 50 and 75 in the UK regarding their outlook on employment as they approach the end of their careers.
Figures revealed that a lack of flexible working and part-time options were the main areas of concern for those with poor health or a disability.
Baroness Margaret Prosser, deputy chair of the EHRC, said: "Radical change is what older Britons are telling us needs to happen for them to stay in the workforce."
The National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence recently advised employers to take into consideration the needs of staff members who have long-term illnesses or a disability.
Employers' Forum on Disability