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Working with Menopause

Menopause Support for Women in the Workplace

Menopause symptoms are taking a toll on the careers of women, and their productivity. Women are suffering and so are their employers! 

A recent media article describes a recent study that unmanaged menopause symptoms are costing employers over $200 million and lost income for women of over $3 billion.

I understand the unique challenges women face during this transitional phase, and I'm here to help. Say hello to "Working with Menopause," a groundbreaking program designed to provide guidance and support for organizations and employees suffering from peri and menopausal symptoms in the workplace.


Roberta Heale

Educator, Author, Mentor,
Menopause Society Certified Practitioner

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Why Working with Menopause?

Tailored Support:


Coming in April 2024: "Working with Menopause" A comprehensive training course for employees, managers, and HR professionals, to create a more inclusive and supportive workplace.



* Review of the impact of symptoms of peri/menopause on workers and outcomes in organizations

* Cultural Change and Communication Strategies intended to implement strategies for inclusivity 

* Review of Organizational Policies 

* Exploration of Possible Accommodations 

* Consideration of Benefits 

* Wrap Up


I'm available for consultation on such things as:

* environmental scan of your organization (employee concerns, current policy status, etc).

* direct corporate education 

* development of menopause inclusive strategy for your organization

Email or call 705-626-6319 (leave a call-back message) to be informed of the launch of Working with Menopause course or to discuss consultation options!

Addressing Peri/Menopausal Symptoms has the potential of:

1. Enhanced Employee Productivity: Addressing menopause positions women to be more productive employees. "EmpowerPause" contributes to a more motivated and committed workforce.

2. Reduced Absenteeism: By proactively addressing menopausal symptoms, absenteeism due to health issues may be significantly reduced, resulting in substantial cost savings. 

3. Improved Retention Rates: Show your commitment to diversity and inclusivity. Women feel valued when their workplace supports them during menopause, may lead to higher retention rates.

Join us on the journey to make your workplace more supportive, inclusive, and successful. Working with Menopause is more than a program; it's a movement for positive change. Together, let's transform the menopause experience in the workplace. Contact us today to learn how we can collaborate for a brighter future.


I'd love to connect to discuss how your organization can support women workers! 

705-626-6319 (leave a message)

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