Being a woman at work can be difficult. We have progressed so much in our quest for equal pay and opportunities, to the point where we can prioritise working hard and career progression to the detriment of our health.  And this doesn't just impact us, but also our employers.

Around  7 out of 10 women are struggling with their periods at work.

  • Endometriosis, Adenomyosis, Fibroids, PCOS, PMDD, heavy & painful periods
  • Menopause
  • Infertility and IVF

In 2021, we carried out a survey of our clients and found out that not supporting women's health needs at work is causing:

  • Unnecessary time off work
  • Unreported absences
  • Loss of productivity
  • Good staff leaving jobs they love

What impact is that having on your business?



Women’s health is often hidden away because we feel shame about our periods and fertility. Almost every woman has experienced trying to artfully hide a period product on their way to the toilet at the office.

We do not believe in that shame. We believe that women’s health is so complex and stressful that we have no choice but to be open about it. Without realising it, you could be letting women’s health issues stand in the way of acheiving your or your team's fullest potential.

Client Story 1

This company didn't just want manager training, they wanted long-lasting and meaningful support without any negative impact on staff 'work' time.

Halcyon's Services taken:

  • Lunchtime launch session & awareness-raising workshopMonthly Health Clinic online sessions
  • Self-treatment programme licences
  • Quarterly in-person drop-in support sessionsSupporting articles for staff newsletters & intranet to raise awareness and promote the support services.

Estimated annual saving: £143,918

Client Story 2

This company wanted menopause training for managers and support for staff. After the success of those sessions and recognising that many more of their staff were struggling with period symptoms, they expanded to deliver wider women's health sessions, too.

Halcyon's services taken:

  • Managers' training workshops
  • Staff awareness-raising sessions
  • 3-months of online health clinics

Estimated annual saving: £136,882 - they are currently considering adding in the licence option, giving a total investment of £7,500 per year, which will save in excess of £680,000 per year.

Sarah hosts regular webinars on various women’s health topics as well as virtual drop-in clinics
Here are some of the organisations, past and present, we're proud to support:


With Sarah, you can learn how to manage conditions like Endometriosis, Adenomyosis and Fibroids naturally, and how to support yourself through thejourneysof menopause, fertilityand IVF. Her personal and responsive support puts you at the centre of your own health journey and helps you to be more in control, reduce the stress and anxiety of your symptoms and minimise their impact on your life.  You can see her programmes on her partner website here.

As a business, Sarah can support you in making positive changes to ensure all women feel comfortable in their work environment. As a result, you will see boosted attendance, more productivity and greater loyalty from your female workforce.


Get in touch today if you are ready to provide meaningful support to women in your workplace. From the first phone call, we can talk about where you need help in your business, and work together to create a culture of understanding and openness.