How to write an outstanding pregnancy loss policy that will drive cultural change

Learn what a good pregnancy loss policy should look like and how to write one for your organisation.

November 5, 2024


Céline Crawford
Head of People and Operations

According to research by pregnancy loss charity, Tommy's, 1 in 5 people who experience a pregnancy loss received no support from their manager, but 70% these people thought that support would have been beneficial for them.

At Fertifa, we understand the importance of having a dedicated pregnancy loss policy, for both employees and employers. A pregnancy loss policy is a crucial step in creating a supportive and inclusive environment for your people, no matter what life challenges they are facing.

To mark the end of National Fertility Awareness Week, on the 5th of November, Céline Crawford will share personal and professional insights and experience on the key things you need to consider when drafting a pregnancy loss policy.

  • The different types of pregnancy loss and how it can affect someone, emotionally and physically
  • How many days off should an employee be entitled to following a miscarriage
  • How to ensure your policy in inclusive to everyone affected by miscarriage or pregnancy loss, including men and non-birthing parents

Why Fertifa?

Here’s what our services and benefits can do for your company and it’s employees.

For Individuals

If your employer is not a Fertifa partner, we can still support you. We provide our patients with the right care, at the right time.

For Enterprise

We offer diagnosis and treatment, clinical advice, educational support, financing, and ongoing healthcare for employers.

Want to know more?

Speak to our team about how we can support your employees through menopause, fertility, men's and women's health challenges.