In this episode 183 of the podcast I bring you an interview with Nicola Green, a specialist in helping organisations with menopause support at work.
In this episode of the podcast we cover:
- Why it is important for employers to think meaningfully about menopause support.
- The benefits of putting in place good menopause support and strategy.
- The fact that menopausal women are the fastest growing demographic in the workplace.
- Why having mental health first aid in place is important.
- What wellbeing initiatives you can implement.
- How addressing this topic can help other staff and staff issues.
- The key things that flow through menopause support, domestic violence and childless women among many other issues.
Some useful links for you
Nicola Green Consultancy helps organisations address menopause in their workplace by providing practical advice and support in the form of bespoke presentations and training sessions to employees, managers and business owners of all ages and genders.
Nicola Green Consultancy
You can connect with Nicola on LinkedIn HERE
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