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Menopause in the workplace

A staggering 900,000 women have quit their jobs here in the UK because of a lack of menopause support and over 60% of companies still don't have a menopause policy in place. Shocking statistics - and the consequence? Too many women are leaving work at the peak of their careers, exacerbating the pension and gender pay gap, weakening gender diversity and doing nothing to attract and retain talent. It’s no wonder that menopause has fast become one of the most important and topical issues facing businesses today, with growing recognition that the impact that it has on female talent retention and mental health can no longer be underestimated or overlooked and the taboo must go. Catch up on our recent live event 'Menopause in the Workplace here.

In this wide-ranging conversation chaired by Helen Normoyle, our expert panelists Dr Clare Spencer, Deborah Garlick (CEO, Menopause in the Workplace) and Kate Hesk  (Co-Founder and Chief People Officer and Head of Coaching at Cognomie) discussed:

  • why menopause has fast become one of the most important and topical issues facing businesses today
  • menopause symptoms and their impact in the workplace
  • the key things that organisations can do to support women going through menopause and the importance of psychological safety
  • how coaching and mental fitness can help
  • reframing the menopause at work
  • menopause and the law

Keep watching to the end for our Q+A session where we answered some really insightful questions and comments from viewers.

Something to inspire all of us!

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