Work toolkit

Use these forms and examples of best practice to help you manage your MS at work.

For employees

MS at work information booklet

Download or order our information booklet about work and MS.

Work and MS: an employee's guide

Telling your employer decision sheet

Your decision to disclose your MS at work is personal. Use this sheet alongside our work and MS information to help you decide if it's the right thing to do for you. You can download and a copy and fill it in electronically or print it.

Download: Telling your employer decision sheet (Word document)

For employers

Download or order our information booklet about how to support someone with MS in the workplace.

Work and MS: an employer's guide

Resources to use to manage MS at work together

Understand your work situation

This document can help you to think about the different aspects of your job. And where you might need reasonable adjustments.

Download: Understanding your work situation sheet (Word doc)

Workplace adjustment agreement

A workplace adjustment agreement is a living record of reasonable adjustments agreed between a disabled employee and their line manager.

Download: Workplace adjustment agreement template (Word doc)

Thinking about change at work

If you’re thinking about making changes at work – like moving to a new role, or asking for changes to your current job – you may find it helpful to think about:

  • your strengths and weaknesses
  • any opportunities you have
  • any threats you face.

This is known as a strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats, or SWOT analysis.

Download: Strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats analysis template (Word doc)

Returning to work after time off

If you’ve been off sick for more than a couple of weeks, this form can help you to think about some of the issues around returning to work and how you can overcome them.

Download: Return to work after time off template (Word doc)