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?
- What is Brain Fog
- What causes it
- Is it a disability
- Performance management
- Reasonable adjustments
- Medical advice
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- 10 June 2022
- Corporate and M&A
National Employee Ownership Day 2022
The 24 June 2022 will be the 10th annual Employee Ownership Day celebrated nationally by many businesses and the Employee Ownership Association.
- 09 June 2022
Work Visa: Applying for a dependent child
There is frequent discussion surrounding the requirements for a spouse or unmarried partner applying as the dependant of a UK visa holder, however what receives less attention are the requirements for a dependent child, which in some cases can fall subject to a higher level of scrutiny from the Home Office.
- 26 May 2022
Sponsorship Management System
When granted with a Worker sponsor licence to employ migrant workers, an organisation is given access to the Sponsorship Management System (SMS), which is the online platform used to manage the licence and facilitate the sponsorship of migrant workers. We have set out some key points for you to download to help you with the SMS.
- 26 May 2022
HSE finds college broke Covid-19 health and safety rules
The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) is responsible for regulating and enforcing safety in the workplace. Following the tragic death of Donna Coleman, a teacher who worked at Burnley College, the University and College Union (UCU) raised Covid-19 health and safety concerns with the college and the HSE.
- 24 May 2022
- Privacy and Data Protection
The Queen’s Speech: New data protection regime
On 10 May 2022, Prince Charles confirmed, as set out in the Queen’s Speech, that there would be a new data protection regime in the UK, with some measures extending and applying to England and Wales only.
- 11 May 2022
The right to disconnect
The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic has meant that, for many people, the boundary between work and home life has become blurred. A vast amount of people were suddenly required to work from home which meant for many, homes became offices and this has resulted in many struggling to disconnect from work outside of their working hours.