About this event
Women of menopausal age are the fastest-growing demographic in the UK workforce, yet one in four will consider leaving their job because of the menopause, and 63% say that their symptoms have a negative impact on their working life.
For organisations committed to fostering a diverse and inclusive culture, not offering menopause support is no longer an option.
Organisations must help their people take control of their menopause journeys, not only to ensure they are leading the way in inclusion and wellbeing, but to also retain the wealth of experience and skills this demographic offers and to support them to thrive in their careers.
Taking place ahead of World Menopause Day, this Personnel Today webinar in association with Peppy will discuss the impact of menopause on professional identity and on an organisation's bottom line.
Personnel Today HR and wellbeing editor Ashleigh Webber will be joined by an expert panel of speakers including a leading menopause specialist nurse and a people director at a major broadcaster to discuss the impact menopause has on women’s working life and the support employers can offer.
Discussion topics include:
This free, 60-minute webinar will include a live Q&A session where attendees will have a chance to ask our expert panel questions.
Louise Minchin is a well known journalist, TV presenter, and published author. She presented BBC Breakfast, the UK’s most popular morning programme for 20 years. She has spoken openly about how menopause has affected her at work and is committed to breaking down the taboos associated with it.
Ashleigh is HR and wellbeing editor at Personnel Today and editor of OHW+. She has been writing about HR, L&D, occupational health and workplace wellbeing since 2018.
Kathy is a founding member and trustee of the British Menopause Society. A registered BMS menopause specialist with a Masters in Community Gynaecology and Reproductive Healthcare, Kathy leads an award-winning NHS London menopause service and has a private clinic in South West London.
Kirstin is the people director at Channel 4 - the first major broadcaster to introduce a menopause policy. Kirstin has held a number of senior people roles including Kantar, Twentieth Century Fox, Discovery and BBC Worldwide, where she spent over seven years developing the organisation’s culture.
Max is co-CEO of digital health platform Peppy and has held senior roles at The Conversation and Paperstone. Max is driven by his ambition to make personalised, expert-led health support available to everyone, regardless of job role or salary.
Trish is an award-winning journalist, broadcaster and coach. She is the co-host of the podcast Postcards From Midlife, which has had more than 1.5 million downloads. She is a former editor of Marie Claire, Red and InStyle, and contributor to The Daily Mail, The Daily Telegraph and Good Housekeeping.
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