The three biggest fertility challenges your employees will face in 2024

According to a study by the World Health Organisation, 1 in 6 people will be impacted by infertility.

October 10, 2023


Eileen Burbidge
Executive Director
Suzanne Johnston
Partner at Stephenson Harwood

The report by the WHO underlined the magnitude of infertility as a public health issue globally.

We've seen firsthand how fertility challenges can be debilitating and career-impacting, no matter the problem or who is affected. This is especially so in the absence of proper workplace support.

It's more important than ever for employers to provide their people with fertility and family-forming benefits to support them through these increasingly common health challenges.

Together with Suzanne Johnston (Partner at Stephenson Harwood and Fertility Advocate), Eileen Burbidge (Executive Director of Fertifa) will discuss the five biggest fertility challenges your employees will face this year.

We'll discuss:

  • Why employers are more trusted than the NHS
  • The physical and emotional impact of fertility challenges
  • Why fertility benefits should be top of every HR agenda in 2024

There will be plenty of time for Q&A, as always. We're looking forward to seeing you there!

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.