At first reading, this proposal may sound like a terrible idea. After all, if companies screen for migraines then, even despite the Equality Act which bans workplace discrimination against those who have a disability (suffering from chronic migraine is a … Continue reading →
With working from home being the new normal for many, and large-scale socialising in public banned and being replaced with online meet-ups using the likes of Zoom and Skype, it’s hardly surprising that our daily screen time has hugely increased. … Continue reading →
When you have a migraine, doing even small tasks like having a shower can be a seemingly insurmountable challenge, let alone getting any work done. For those who suffer with migraines personally, and also those who employ people who suffer … Continue reading →
In the current situation with people being advised to work from home where possible and socialising mainly taking place via the likes of Zoom, time away from the screen is getting less and less – which is a problem if … Continue reading →
Although migraine sufferers and the triggers they have for their migraines are all different, there are still some jobs that are generally best avoided if you want to reduce the number of attacks you have.
We know that finding out that one of your employees suffers with migraines can be a bit daunting, especially if you don’t have any close friends or family who also suffer with migraines. You want to support your employee and … Continue reading →