Brain Injury in the Workplace

When an employee returns to work after suffering a brain injury, it is key for an employer to try and understand that person’s individual needs. This guide helps employers, managers and human resources professionals to see matters from the employee’s perspective while also considering the resources of the business.

Our brain injury team share their expert advice on the needs of an employee with a brain injury in terms of technology, time and tasks, progression, relationships, wellbeing, and medication in the workplace.

Each section is split into three timeframes:

  • On returning
    to work
  • Throughout
    employment
  • Specific
    triggers

Technology

Discover the technological needs of your employee and the aids that may help them after a brain injury.

Time and tasks

Learn about some of the new needs an employee with a brain injury may have in relation to time and task management.

Progression

Explore how to help an employee with a brain injury progress in their career.

Relationships

Understand some of the new ways a brain injured employee relates to others in the workplace.

Wellbeing

Uncover the psychological needs your employee may have in the workplace after their brain injury.

Medical

Familiarise yourself with the medical needs your brain injured employee may now have in the workplace.

Brain injury information

If you or a loved one have suffered a brain injury as a result of someone else’s negligence, you may be able to make a claim for compensation.

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