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partial disability and partial invalidity pension

Hi,
I had an eye injury that left some consequences on my sight and so am partially disabled. Now I am emloyed for over a year. My question is if I am eligible to get any disability allowances and what does it mean for me and my employer in terms of any limitations for working hours and salary?
Thanks.

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