Talking Menopause in the workplace
My business manager, Sarah Davies, and Lynda Bailey, who set up the menopause group in West Midlands Police, have recently developed Talking Menopause. This is is a new organisation which focuses on engaging and leading positive menopause discussions and support across all levels of the workplace through interactive programmes from webinars to conferences to workshops and support groups. They work with women and employers to make a difference and a positive impact on workplace culture. I am really proud of them and I know this will be a great success!
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