An increasing number of people feel unsupported when experiencing menopause in the workplace, with some losing confidence and even resigning. As such, digital coaching company EZRA is stepping in to help employers develop effective policies and support individuals through their menopause journeys.
With a growing number of women wanting to know how to navigate one of the most challenging times of their lives, influential menopause advocates are increasingly vocal and frank. How can organisations help menopausal women optimise their health and get the most out of life?
Menopause has long been shrouded in stigma and a lack of understanding. But as the beauty industry moves away from a one-size-fits-all approach, Avon is launching adapt Sync, a line of three skincare products designed to address the hormonal changes experienced by perimenopausal women.
Reporting struggles with everything from concentration to upholding quality of work, a survey has found an overwhelming majority of working women in the UK feel their experience of the menopause has significantly impacted the longevity and quality of their careers.
Around 6,000 women in the US reach menopause every day, but many still lack access to products to treat related symptoms. Enter Womaness, which has partnered with Ulta, the largest beauty retailer in the US, to make it easier to find relief while addressing the pervading silence around menopause.