About this webinar
The menopause is a period of great transition for many women. With the right support, this can be a positive one; but, if support is missing from a workplace, then it can be a challenging and negative time of their lives. In fact, CIPD research has found that nearly two-thirds of working women aged 45-55 who are experiencing the menopause say that it had a negative impact on them at work.
Join Ciphr and Marshall E-Learning for an insightful webinar hosted by Jo Fuller, founder of the Merry Menopause, as we discuss how to create a menopause-friendly workplace that helps women reach their full potential through appropriate adjustments, education, and the creation of a trusting, open culture.
- The challenge facing employers and employees – and the cost of ignoring it
- Jo’s story – how perimenopause and menopause affected her, and why she helps women and employers support people through this transition
- Getting your terminology right: what exactly is ‘the menopause’?
- Physical and psychological symptoms of menopause
- Five steps to creating a menopause-friendly workplace
- An overview of relevant eLearning courses from Marshalls, including content on menopause, age and ageism, unconscious bias, mental health, and how to be an inclusive manager
The webinar will be recorded, and the recording sent to everyone who registers.
- Jo Fuller, founder of the Merry Menopause – coaching and support for women and workplaces
- Ann Allcock, head of diversity, Marshall E-Learning
- Cathryn Newbery, head of content, Ciphr (moderator)
17 October at 11am or watch on demand.