Helping you and your employer make your workplace more menopause-aware.
In-person talks, Zoom sessions and informal café-style events.
Women are living longer and therefore also working longer so it’s only natural more women in the workplace will be affected by menopause. Did you know, approximately 13 million women in the U.K are either peri or postmenopausal
Almost 1 million women have left jobs due to struggles at work…
Around 70% report experiencing brain fog
Around 70% of women in work say they feel unsupported
An average 9 out of 10 women say they feel unable to talk to managers at work
Approximately 1 in 5 take time off to deal with menopausal symptoms and 1 in 50 are on long term sick leave!
There’s been a lot of press recently about employers becoming ‘menopause-friendly’ and although I’m not in love with the terminology, I am absolutely in support of the incentives.
If your employer isn’t already ‘menopause-friendly’, they may wish to consider making some changes.
First things first...
I've designed a set of 3 A4 posters which you can download, print and display around your workplace.
One gives an overview of the support available at Menopausitivity Ltd and the other two are designed to be placed together - they include a summary of menopause stages and symptoms.
so how else can I help you?
It doesn’t take a huge amount of time or investment to make some simple adjustments to the workplace, but these adjustments can be LIFE CHANGING for some women!
It can make work/life balance more,
Staff will feel more valued.
This can improve attendance and retention.
Meaning the organisation doesn’t potentially lose many years of knowledge and experience from the workforce.
In addition to the free downloadable posters, I offer 2hr in-person or virtual sessions providing an overview of menopause stages, symptoms and how it can affect the bigger picture of life and work. This also includes suggestions your employer can consider to make things just that bit more comfortable for you.
Alternatively, I can host a half/full day ‘clinic’ which is a more informal session allowing people to drop in whenever they have time during the day.
Finally, I have a mini self-help book available as a pdf download or in paperback. This could be a great way to start the conversation at your workplace, having the book shared online or distributed in the common areas!
And it’s not just for the ladies! It’s intended to educate all in the basics of menopause and also provides some holistic techniques to improve self-connection and confidence.
get it here
and for more details or to discuss longer sessions