This research develops on existing information, providing a deeper and wider
spectrum of understanding into the effect of migraines.
Reasons why employees choose to be present or absent, how triggers and
symptoms can be managed, perceived human capital value, and possible spill
overs from the workplace.
Throughout, there is a comparison between different types of migraines and
occupations, challenging the behaviours of employees and their employers.
I hope that the exploration of these themes are a collective representation of
Migraineurs and that the stories told can allow us all to think about the
genuine, realistic and idiosyncratic nature of migraines.
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