Menopause in the workplace is big news! Menopausal women are the fastest growing demographic in the workforce and more than two million women have difficulties at work due to Menopause symptoms. Research from the University of Leicester shows that it costs, on average, £28K to replace a female member of staff who leaves due to lack of understanding and management flexibility at this confusing, sometimes life-changing time. Plenty of women are preferring to abandon their careers rather than carry on.
Here at Wellbeing International addressing the ‘Menopause’ has become a passion and a major part of our profile. That passion and determination to have the subject heard, discussed and addressed, has been the driving force behind our success in becoming a leading advisor in this subject throughout the UK.
All our events are currently being offered virtually, and we hope to be running face-to-face events soon.
MENOPAUSE IN THE WORKPLACE
Menopause Champion Training
Lecture-style awareness presentations
Menopause workshops for employees
MENOPAUSE DAY RETREATS
Wellbeing’s 5 Step Approach
Exercise – Qi Gong
HRT is it for you?
Confidence and Style
Natural remedies for your symptoms
Personalised action plan
1-2-1s FACE TO FACE OR VIA ZOOM OR SKYPE
Personal advice for individuals and partners too
Either via Skype or at our counselling rooms
“The University Partnership Programme asked Kate to run a pilot Menopause workshop at our headquarters. The audience was a mix of gender and age and the feedback was universally positive. As a consequence we have asked Kate to run a further 15 workshops at our operational sites. Highly recommended”Mike Eady
“I really enjoyed the menopause workshop and came away with tools to help me manage my “second spring”. Since the workshop, I have been trying to use the tips we were given, to help lift my mood and help me sleep better. It was wonderful to try Qi Gong too! I think we all started the day feeling downbeat but we came away excited to try all the new things. Thank you for a wonderful day that left us all feeling so positive!”