The four key things to think about before drafting your Women's Health Policy

One third of women experience severe reproductive or gynaecological health problems that can have debilitating symptoms.

May 22, 2024


Eileen Burbidge
Executive Director
Céline Crawford
Head of People and Operations

A Women's Health Policy is a crucial part of building an inclusive workplace – that works for everyone.‍

On the 22nd of May we will discuss the four key things you need to think about before drafting your Women's Health policy. We will cover:

- The most common women's health challenges and gynaecological conditions you should be aware of.
- How many days an employee should be entitled.
- How to create an inclusive policy.

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

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.