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Statistics show that 63% of women say their menopause symptoms negatively impacted their work and 1 in 3 say that they do not feel comfortable talking to their manager about menopause.
Tuesday 18th October is World Menopause Awareness Day where the purpose of the day is to raise awareness of the menopause and the support options available for improving health and wellbeing.
After a successful roundtable where Premier Partnership introduced their new Menopause Awareness course, we have now arranged a two-hour taster session where renowned menopause expert Fay Reid will provide delegates with a safe space to explore the subject of menopause and it’s impacts both personally and professionally; and create a holistic workplace environment where people can communicate openly about menopause.
The session will help learners to define the menopause and its stages, Understand the impact of the menopause on women in their personal lives and professional lives and Identify the challenges faced by women whilst in the menopause.
We have a limited number of spaces for this special two-hour FREE session and is open to everyone, to book your place please visit our online booking page HERE
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