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14 December 2023
With menopausal women as the fastest-growing demographic in the UK workforce, it is imperative that employers and managers are equipped to support their staff through the menopause.
Similar to mental health or maternity provisions, supportive frameworks and managers can make a significant difference to staff, increasing productivity and staff loyalty, as well as reducing turnover and absence.
Join us for ‘Supporting Menopause at Work’ to receive valuable insights from expert speakers into how menopause is experienced in the workplace, creating policies to support staff and training managers to ensure that the best outcomes are secured for your workforce and organisation alike.
On-demand video recordings of all sessions will be provided to delegates following the event.
Anyone with an interest in creating an inclusive workplace, including: employers; HR managers/officers; wellbeing officers; senior managers; consultants; trade unions, staff network leads and representative groups.
Welcome from Dods Events
Kiren Kaur, Diversity & Inclusion Portfolio Director
Chair's Opening Remarks
SPEAKER: Deborah Garlick, Founder of Henpicked: Menopause in the Workplace
Pause for thought: Why is menopause a workplace issue?
SPEAKER: Professor Jo Brewis, Professor of People and Organisations, The Open University Business School
Duty of care: Developing a menopause policy that protects staff and organisation alike
SPEAKER: Jog Hundle, Partner, Mills & Reeve LLP.
Managing Menopause: Enabling managers can support their staff
SPEAKER: Haley White, Founder, Menospace
Keynote: You’ve got a friend in me: the importance of being a menopause ally
SPEAKER: Alan McCleave, Job Centre Customer Service Manager, Department for Work and Pensions
Panel Discussion: One-to-one: developing confidence to conduct sensitive conversations and building trust
SPEAKER: Julie Farrow, Department for Energy Security & Net Zero; Menopause Working Group Lead
SPEAKER: Audrey Whelan, Education & Skills Funding Agency; Co-Chair of the DfE Menopause Network
Break for Lunch
Changing Culture: Breaking stigma and raising awareness about menopause at work
SPEAKER: Natalie Beresford, Foundation Trainer, Thames Valley Police
Chair's Closing Remarks
SPEAKER: Deborah Garlick, Founder, Henpicked: Menopause in the Workplace
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