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Support menopause in the workplace

Find out more about our comprehensive, doctor-led menopause benefit package.

With over 80% of menopausal women working, they are the fastest growing demographic in the workplace. Find out more about how we can help you support them thrive at work.

Did you know?

The menopause is a natural part of ageing that usually occurs between 45 and 55 years of age, as a woman’s oestrogen levels decline. In the UK, the average age for a woman to reach the menopause is 51.

However, it can have a significant impact on employee wellbeing. Changes in hormones can lead to mood swings, sharp changes in body temperature and sleep disruption for an average of 4 years.

Benefit programmes focusing on the menopause, such as an appropriate menopause policy, support networks and employer-funded care, encourage a better workplace culture.

75%
of women experience menopausal symptoms during their life
25%
of women have considered leaving work due to the menopause
33%
of employees in the UK are over the age of 50
96%
of women going through the menopause felt unprepared while 29% felt overwhelmed or confused
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of women going through the menopause felt unprepared while 29% felt overwhelmed or confused

Our solutions

Our menopause programme can be implemented as a standalone benefits package, or as part of your overall reproductive healthcare benefits with Fertifa.

A doctor-led menopause programme

In-house specialists to provide employer-funded consultations, diagnostics and treatment to your employees

A network of wellbeing specialists

Nutritional experts and emotional therapists on-hand to reduce stress and support with symptom management

Modern, tech-enabled solutions

Online appointment booking, video consultations, at-home finger-prick blood tests and drug delivery as standard

Concierge services

Dedicated healthcare advisors available 7 days a week. Book an appointment through your portal

A suite of education

HR policy support, lunch & learn sessions, workshops, webinars and podcasts – accessible for all staff

Support networks

Development of internal networks for your employees to connect with others

Our menopause
specialists

Our programme has been curated by Dr. Gidon Lieberman – our Deputy Medical Director and a menopause and fertility specialist.

In collaboration with our network of menopause specialists, we provide consultations, care and treatment plans for those experiencing menopause symptoms.

Dr. Lieberman is an accredited member and trainer for the British Menopause Society and is a Regional Preceptor for the Royal College of Obstetricians & Gynaecologists for Menopause.