Join us for our Menopause in the Workplace events, as we share best practice from inspirational organisations passionate about introducing the right support.
Menopausal women are the fastest-growing workforce demographic.
Therefore, it makes sense that forward-thinking organisations recognise the importance and value of introducing menopause policies and guidance, raising awareness of menopause and putting the right support in place.
This benefits the employer and employees, with often minimal changes supporting an inclusive workforce. Similarly, it’s good for your bottom line, too, helping you retain talented, valuable employees.
Henpicked: Menopause in the Workplace are putting on a series of events, all designed to give you a clear understanding about the supportive measures your organisation could, and should, put in place.
You’ll hear from the authors of the Government Report on menopause, detailing the importance of taking menopause in the workplace seriously.
Menopause at work
Henpicked: Menopause in the Workplace is the leading authority on the subject, and they’ll be exploring the potential career issues and concerns faced by women, offering tangible, practical solutions.
With a growing number of employee relations issues and tribunals, it’s important for organisations to understand the legal implications. Therefore, Mills and Reeve will offer a comprehensive guide to employment law in relation to menopause.
Using best practice examples from organisations who’ve already introduced menopause in the workplace support, we’ll look what they did, how they did it and the results they’ve seen.
Best practice implementation
In line with the new guidance from the CIPD, we outline appropriate ways to support line managers, women at work and the organisation as a whole.
There will be an opportunity to network after the event, meeting delegates from other forward-thinking organisations.
Book your place
We’re running a series of events around the UK, book your place on Eventbrite. We know places will go fast with the early-bird discount so book early. Click on the event you want to book:
We’re looking forward to welcoming you to our events. Together, we will strive to bring menopause in the workplace into policy guidance and everyday workplace practices.
Read our five-star reviews:
“The Menopause in the Workplace event was truly enlightening. Such an important topic and great that we are tackling the taboos around this. Thrilled to be working on this to see how we can bring menopause to the fore in our organisation.”
Kim Swift, PepsiCo
“Thoroughly enjoyable and thought-provoking menopause conference which left me feeling knowledgeable and inspired to take action.”
Charlotte Lack, E:ON
“Henpicked make the planning stages easy. People are talking about the menopause and women are feeling empowered that this has been recognised!”
Claire Buckingham, Carnival UK
“The work the Henpicked team are doing around educating everyone in menopause is truly amazing. It is something both men and women need to know more about and it’s great to have these events and conversations taking place.”
Juliet Saimbi, Severn Trent
“The work Henpicked are doing around menopause at work is absolutely vital, and couldn’t come at a more important time.”
Prof. Jo Brewis, Open University
“I was very pleased to attend the Menopause in the Workplace conference. It was great to have both private and public sector employers in the same room where we could learn from each other. I have taken initiatives from the conference and started to implement them within my own Police Force.”
Sarah Dimmock, Cumbria Police
“The Menopause in the Workplace event was a total eye-opener and has given us a good platform from which to build a taboo subject into something which becomes an everyday topic in the working environment.”
Lara Beardsley, Nottingham Fire and Rescue
“Living with menopause is not just a female thing. A must-attend seminar for all managers and HR. Enlightening and eye-opening. It is time to banish the ignorance and stigma attached to this life-changing event.”
Mark Davies, Police Federation.