This webinar offers a robust understanding of how perimenopause can affect female employees and the organisation.
- Are you keen to develop your understanding of how menopause affects women?
- Do you want to take a proactive approach to managing the menopause but do not know where to start?
- Does supporting women through menopause at work feel like a minefield?
- Or do you simply want to know how to broaden your understanding of the impact this phase of a woman’s life has?
This workshop provides a supportive space to develop your understanding of the terminology and experience of menopause in the workplace, offering solutions for best practices.
You will develop a robust understanding of how menopause can affect female employees, whilst balancing this with the needs of the organisation. The sessions will ensure:
- Clarity over the terminology surrounding (peri)/menopause
- Understanding why it is so important to Diversity & Inclusion agendas to develop this area of practice
- What symptoms of menopause can look like & how women experience this hormonal fluctuation
- The short-term & long-term impact on the workplace
- How organisations can effectively manage the impact whilst appropriately supporting their female employees
- Solutions to high-quality service provision
This workshop is a collaboration of knowledge and experience offered by women’s health experts and founders of Perimeno…WHAT?! which is a service consisting of women’s health professionals, who also have experience working within corporate settings.
If you are interested in a free introductory phonecall so we can discuss the needs of you and your business please click here.
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