Women in Business Networking Lunch – tickets now available

Last year the government launched the first Women’s Health Strategy for England due to the gender health gap.

Despite making up 50% of the population, women’s health is massively underfunded with reports saying less than 2.5% of publicly funded research is dedicated to reproductive health. There is five times more research into erectile dysfunction, however, which affects 19% of men, than into premenstrual syndrome, which affects 90% of women.

At TheBusinessDesk.com, we would like to provide companies with effective strategies on how they can support their female employees across a range of health issues such as menopause, endometriosis and fertility issues.

Joining us at Zen Metro, Birmingham at midday on Wednesday 27th April are;

  • Deborah Garlick – Henpicked: Menopause in the Workplace
  • Sophie Richards – The EndoSpectrum
  • Claire Ingle – Fertility Matters at Work

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We hope to open the conversation about women’s health in the workplace, raise awareness and help to lead policy development at this exclusive networking lunch.

Women over 50 represent the fastest-growing section of the workforce, but one in four have left jobs due to feeling unwell as a result of the menopause.

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One in 10 women will suffer from endometriosis in their lives but on average it takes seven to eight years for women to receive a diagnosis, with 40% of women needing 10 or more GP appointments before being referred to a specialist.

And 60% of employees felt the need to hide the real reason for the time taken off for appointments and fertility-related illness from their workplace.

Join us on Wednesday April 27 to join in the debate about women’s health in the workplace.