Brain fog is not a medical term but used to describe a range of symptoms. Brain fog has been in the news lately because of its association with Long Covid and the menopause. But what is brain fog and how should employers support staff suffering from it and avoid discrimination?
- What is Brain Fog
- What causes it
- Is it a disability
- Performance management
- Reasonable adjustments
- Medical advice
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- 30 March 2023
Changes to the UK Immigration Rules
The Home Secretary has published a Statement of Changes in the Immigration Rules, with a phased rollout of changes commencing in April 2023. These changes will impact most of the work visa categories, including the Skilled Worker and Global Business Mobility routes.
- 29 March 2023
Employee’s ‘meltdowns’ due to short temper, not his disabilities
The Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) decision in McQueen v the General Optical Council will bring some comfort to employers trying to manage unacceptable conduct at work.
- 28 March 2023
Common mistakes when hiring migrant workers in the UK
When hiring or sponsoring migrant workers in the UK there are many mistakes that businesses can make.
- 28 March 2023
- Commercial Real Estate
Can I have access to a neighbour’s land to carry out works to my property?
We are often asked by landowner clients whether there is any legal right to go on to a neighbour’s land to carry out repair and maintenance works where it is not possible to carry out such works from the landowner’s own property and there is no legal right in place allowing access to the neighbour’s land.
- 23 March 2023
- Privacy and Data Protection
Data protection: What you need to know
Since the GDPR had come into force almost 5 years ago, we consider that it is a timely opportunity to review the core data protection principles and the considerations to make when undertaking a data protection audit of your organisation.
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