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.
In 2021, we carried out a survey of our clients and found out that not supporting women's health needs at work is causing:
What impact is that having on your business?
CASE STUDY 1
A large manufacturing company in South Ribble wanted to support the women in their teams. They didn't just want manager training, they wanted long-lasting and meaningful support without any impact on production lines.
Halcyon's Services taken:
Estimated annual saving: £143,918
A national FTSE 250 financial management 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:
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.
With Sarah, you can learn how to manage conditions like Endometriosis, Adenomyosis and Fibroids naturally, and how to support yourself through the journeys of menopause, fertility and IVF. Her personal and responsive support puts you at the centre of your own health journey.