Menopause in the Workplace

#EMASMenopauseandWork

In 2020 there were 657 million women aged 45- 59, many contributing to the workforce throughout their menopausal years. Although the average age of the natural menopause is 51, it can occur earlier, either naturally or induced by surgery, radiotherapy and chemotherapy. While the menopause may cause no significant problems for some women, for others it is known to present considerable difficulties in both their personal and working lives. EMAS is therefore producing in 2021 a living online resource about menopause in the workplace.

> Read the Global consensus recommendations on menopause in the workplace

_Does your organization have a Menopause policy or guidance?

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_September 7 is World Menopause & Work Day!

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_EMAS 2021 Global Recommendations on Menopause in the Workplace

> Read the publication

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Menopause & Work Charter

For a menopause-friendly workplace

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Menopause at a Glance: Infographics

 To illustrate the 2021 EMAS Global Recommendations on menopause in the workplace

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Press Releases & Media Coverage

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Menopause Essentials 2021

A general leaflet on menopause, its symptoms and its effects on the workplace and in private life

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Self-Assessment Tool

For employers and managers

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_Population Statistics

For international and European statistics

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Written evidence from Professor Kathleen Riach

On behalf of the International Menopause/Work Consortium [MEW0069] to the UK Parliament

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The Webinar Series

Watch the video recordings

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_Research on Menopause in the Workplace

Research updates from 2015 to present

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Recommendations by non-EMAS Organisations

Guidelines from healthcare societies, personnel, and support organisations

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