Menopause can feel a confusing time for many but access to accurate information and the confidence to be able to share what you’re experiencing and asking for support when needed
With such a high proportion of female staff, it’s key for NHS organisations to put in the right support for clinical, clerical and support staff experiencing menopause. The demographics of
Law firm Burness Paull took a multi-faceted approach to their menopause support, introducing a whole range of initiatives and training.
Getting everyone talking about menopause is an important part of Sainsbury’s diversity and inclusion strategy.
The University of Bradford is extending its menopause in the workplace support to embrace all of its communities and cultures. Menopause in the workplace support was first mentioned at the
We live in a multicultural, non-binary world. Which is why menopause support at work needs to have a strong diversity and inclusion focus. At Henpicked: Menopause in the Workplace, our
Lockdown’s had its challenges for all of us. To keep the menopause conversation going, putting the right support in place, here’s what we did.
Hormonal changes can cause symptoms such as those experienced during menopause. Rachel Reese from Global Butterflies explains what this can mean for the trans and non-binary community…
The Ripley Teaching School worked with Henpicked: Menopause in the Workplace as part of its Menopause Mentoring programme. Here’s what they did and their experience.
Offering menopause support in the workplace within schools could be a vital part of a retention strategy, keeping talented teachers in their jobs.
A large-scale survey across three metropolitan police forces aims to guide employers on retention techniques for women over 40. We are starting to see more discussions about menopause and some
Juliet Saimbi’s own menopause experiences shaped her passion for menopause in the workplace awareness and support. Having lead the awareness and support programme in Severn Trent, supported by Henpicked: Menopause
The menopause is an important workplace issue that affects many employees. Here are the facts and what HR can do to lead the change in their organisation from the CIPD.
It seems to me at the moment that some women are unwittingly playing snakes and ladders in the workplace due to their raging hormones at midlife. If you are one
How to support employees going through the transition and why we need to talk about it. In July 2017, my colleagues Dr. Vanessa Beck, Dr. Andrea Davies, Dr. Jesse Matheson
For women suffering from menopausal symptoms that are affecting them in the workplace, the rise in conversation and new policies around this subject can only be a good thing. With
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“Next were thrilled to have Henpicked on site to train our Menopause Advocates, newly named the Embracing The Change Team #ETC.
The team are really excited about ‘spreading the menopause word’ and supporting both men and women in the workplace through education, useful resources and creating opportunities to talk openly about menopause”
Claire Kershaw, Next PLC