Workplace Menopause Training

Menopause and the Workplace

One million women left the workforce citing menopause symptoms as the reason, recent research by CIPD has found.

Menopause is possibly the greatest workplace taboo. Women navigating menopause are the fastest growing workforce demographic in the UK today. Six in ten menopausal women say their symptoms have had a negative impact on their work and one in four say they don’t get the support they need from their manager. One in four have also considered leaving work due to their symptoms.

Menopause is a health condition and should be treated as such by employers, meaning the employer has a legal obligation to ensure a woman’s symptoms aren’t exacerbated by her work environment. The physical symptoms of menopause are perhaps the most well known, but it is actually the psychological and emotional symptoms that have the greater impact. (Source: CIPD)

Workplaces are losing talented, experienced women. Women are losing their careers.

It’s time to act!

Book my introductory session for your workplace today:

Understanding Menopause and why it’s a workplace issue

By the end of the session you will:

  • Have a greater understanding of what perimenopause, menopause & post menopause is.
  • Have a greater understanding of the symptoms.
  • Be aware of the challenges it can present in the workplace.
  • Be mindful of how it may be affecting you at work.
  • Define your next steps in addressing this issue either as a manager or a women+.


Accredited Menopause Management Programmes

As an Associate Coach with the Kathryn Colas Academy we can support your organisation with comprehensive, accredited menopause workplace training. The programmes include an Executive Menopause Coach Programme and In-house Menopause Ambassador programme.  Let’s arrange a call…contact me below.


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