Webinar

Fertility and the workplace: Male fertility challenges and how to implement workplace support

Even though up 50% of fertility challenges in heterosexual couples can be attributed to male factor infertility, the physical and emotional impact fertility challenges can have on men is often overlooked.

March 20, 2024
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13:00

Speakers

John O'Neill
Co-Chair of the Defence Fertility Network
Céline Crawford
Head of People and Operations

It is estimated that 7% of men are impacted by fertility challenges, with 1 in 100 men having azoospermia (no sperm at all). Research has shown that sperm count has fallen by an average of 1.2% each year between 1972 and 2018.

As the conversation around fertility and infertility at work grows, it's important to take into account all experiences and journeys when devising workplace support and policy. Even though up 50% of fertility challenges in heterosexual couples can be attributed to male factor infertility, the physical and emotional impact fertility challenges can have on men is often overlooked.

In this webinar, we will be joined by Major John O’Neill, the Co-Chair of the Defence Fertility Network. John has been through his own fertility journey and navigated this whilst working in the army, one of the most male-dominated working environments there is. John and Céline will discuss:

  • The different types of fertility challenges that can affect men
  • The emotional and physical impact of fertility challenges on men
  • How to set up a successful, active fertility network
  • What to consider when implementing workplace fertility support, that is inclusive to everyone

There will be plenty of time for Q&A, anonymous as always.

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