About this event
Employers are now well aware of the impact menopause symptoms have on their employees.
Hot flushes, night sweats and brain fog can negatively impact productivity, engagement, and an organisation’s bottom line. They can even force employees out of work altogether, and the government has faced repeated calls to make menopause a protected characteristic in UK legislation.
This World Menopause Day, it’s time for HR to take this awareness and translate it into action. Join this Personnel Today webinar, in association with Peppy, to hear from our expert panel who will discuss the practical steps you can take to support your employees experiencing menopause.
Hear from employers who are leading the way about what has and hasn't worked, as well as understand more about the menopause with a clinical overview from Peppy's Director of Menopause, Kathy Abernethy.
The event will include:
This free to attend webinar will take place on Tuesday 4 October at 2:00pm. It will feature a panel discussion, followed by an audience Q&A.
A qualified nurse with a background in diabetes and respiratory conditions, Sam has been instrumental in the development of John Lewis Partnership's menopause guidance and support and has helped it achieve Menopause Friendly Accreditation. JLP’s ambition is to normalise conversations about menopause and to ensure that women are given support and advice that will enable them to thrive at work.
Kate is an employment and equality law expert at Pinsent Masons. She led the firm's DE&I programme from 2016 to 2021, and during that period the firm was named a Top Employer for Working Families and Times Top 50 Employer for Women. Kate was a key figure in the introduction of Pinsent Masons' 'Fan Clubs' – informal support groups that allow colleagues at different levels to have open conversations about menopause. She also leads Pinsent Masons' diversity and inclusion consultancy, Brook Graham.
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.
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