• John Connor started the topic Would You Employ Someone with MS? in the forum Living With MS 1 month, 1 week ago

    I raise this because of an article we just published: ‘Employed MS Patients Have Lower Productivity, Reduced Health-related Quality of Life, Study Shows’
    Reading it – I’m not sure we’re worth employing?

    Luckily I’ve always employed myself – maybe I should sack me? After all, I really cannot storm out. Well, not till I’ve put my ‘leccy chair on full power. Then I’d probably smash into furniture. My own furniture. Embarrassing!

    I have missed a lot of days when I should be in due to illness/attending hospital appointments. But keep up with most of my work at home.

    Can’t remember last time I had a hol though……..

    If you have MS and work what do you think of this report?



    • I worked, full-time, until age 64. I was a manager and I rarely missed a day…unlike some of the able-bodied folks who worked for me. Just sayin’


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