Understanding the menopause and how it affects your employees

Thursday 16 September 2021

10:00 – 11:30 via Zoom Webinar


Menopausal women are the fastest growing demographic in the workplace. With 3 out of 4 women experiencing symptoms and 1 in 4 suffering severe symptoms, it is more important than ever for workplaces to offer a supportive culture, retain and attract an inclusive workforce and ensure that they are complying with employment law.


We are delighted to have secured a guest speaker for our Autumn Employment Webinar. Kate Usher is an expert menopause coach, change strategist and published author. She will deliver an overview of what the menopause is, bust some myths and provide practical advice for creating a more menopause friendly workplace.


Our Employment Law Solicitor, Hannah Lockyer will also give a timely reminder of the legal aspects relating to menopause at work, flagging some pitfalls to be aware of.


The session will cover:

  • What the menopause is and isn’t
  • How it can affect people at work
  • How to be an aware and mindful manager
  • Having successful conversations about the menopause
  • Managing the menopause in the workplace
  • Legal considerations and discrimination

Who should attend?

This session is ideal for HR professionals of all levels, Managing Directors, Business Owners, HR Directors, HR Managers, HR assistants, Team Leaders and anyone who has responsibility for Personnel or managing teams.


Booking Your Place


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Or for more information please contact Hannah Perryman, Head of Marketing on 01256 305525 or email hannah.perryman@lambbrooks.com


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The contents of this article are for the purposes of general awareness only. They do not purport to constitute legal or professional advice.  The law may have changed since this article was published.   Readers should not act on the basis of the information included and should take appropriate professional advice upon their own particular circumstances.