“Three in every five women are negatively affected at work as a result of the menopause. Excluding menopausal women from the workplace is detrimental to our economy, our society and our place on the world stage.”
Rt. Hon Caroline Nokes MP,
- Rt Hon Caroline Nokes MP, Chair, Women and Equalities Select Committee (Menopause and the Workplace Inquiry Lead)
- Chaired by: Deborah Garlick, Founder, Henpicked
- Karen Canner, Chair, Supporting Workplace in Menopause (SWIM) Network, Ministry of Justice * Winner of the MoJ Wellbeing Award for 2020
- Dr. Heather Currie MBE, Associate Specialist Gynaecologist, Dumfries & Galloway NHS Trust & Clinical Advisor, Scottish Government’s Women’s Health Plan
- Emma Clark, Employment Partner, Keystone Law *Law Firm of the Year 2020
- Theresa Winters, Senior HR Manager - Employee Experience Proposition, Santander UK
- Amanda-Jane Weir, Head of Staff Engagement, The Queen Elizabeth Hospital King’s Lynn NHS Foundation Trust
- Claire McCartney, Senior Resourcing and Inclusion Adviser, CIPD
Chair, Women and Equalities Committee
Menopausal women are the fastest-growing demographic in the workforce. Join Westminster Insight’s timely Menopause in the Workplace Digital Conference to learn how to build better support provisions and destigmatise the menopause.
Hear from Caroline Nokes MP, chair, Women and Equalities Committee
the latest updates from the menopause and workplace inquiry,
how to tackle workplace discrimination
and implement a national menopause policy.
Learn how to create an open door culture
and educate line managers on the impacts of menopause to empower women employees to feel confident and share their experiences.
Emma Clark from Keystone Law Firm will share your legal responsibilities as an employer,
lessons learned from recent tribunals and when to make reasonable adjustments.
Leading public and private sector organisations such as the Ministry of Justice and Santander
will discuss their approaches, including creating guidance to meet individual needs, retain employees and enhance organisational culture.
You will hear an interactive interview
from key experts including Dr Heather Currie MBE and Deborah Garlick,
learn from first-hand experience on how to create safe spaces for menopausal women to share their experiences.
This half-day event will be broadcast live from our studio in London via an interactive digital platform.