[(1) An employer to whom an application under section 80F is made—
[(a) shall deal with the application in a reasonable manner,
(aa) shall notify the employee of the decision on the application within the decision period, and]
(b) shall only refuse the application because he considers that one or more of the following grounds applies—
(i) the burden of additional costs,
(ii) detrimental effect on ability to meet customer demand,
(iii) inability to re-organise work among existing staff,
(iv) inability to recruit additional staff,
(v) detrimental impact on quality,
(vi) detrimental impact on performance,
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