Supporting the Menopause Journey in the Workplace: A Social Media Toolkit

Half of all individuals employed in the United States between the ages of 40 and 64 are women – the majority of whom have begun or completed the menopause transition. Menopause symptoms do not have to be a barrier to business productivity, career goals, or workplace wellness. It is imperative that we all, from colleagues to companies, work to ensure the well-being and continued productivity of women throughout their careers.

Join the Society for Women’s Health Research in speaking up and speaking out about menopause wellness in our offices, in our communities, and at home by using the Supporting the Menopause Journey in the Workplace: A Social Media Toolkit

 

Half of all individuals employed in the United States between the ages of 40 and 64 are women – the majority of whom have begun or completed the menopause transition. Menopause symptoms do not have to be a barrier to business productivity, career goals, or workplace wellness. It is imperative that we all, from colleagues to companies, work to ensure the well-being and continued productivity of women throughout their careers.

Join the Society for Women’s Health Research in speaking up and speaking out about menopause wellness in our offices, in our communities, and at home by using the Supporting the Menopause Journey in the Workplace: A Social Media Toolkit

 


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Print Your Own “Supporting the Menopause Journey in the Workplace” Poster!

Having conversations about menopause with coworkers and peers is a vital step toward breaking down barriers, creating a supportive workplace culture, and normalizing discussing menopause experiences. This poster can be printed and placed in an office breakroom or bathroom to increase awareness about menopause in the workplace and help start conversations about menopause at work! 

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Support for this educational program has been provided by Astellas Pharma, Bayer, Nutrafol, and Pfizer. SWHR maintains independence and editorial control over program development, content, and work products.