What Every Employer Needs to Know About Women's Health

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Do you want to boost productivity, improve recruitment and retention of talent, reduce sickness absence, enable more women to advance to leadership and create an inclusive company culture? Supporting women's health could be the key to realising these goals and improving business outcomes.

Health conditions that are unique to women can have a significant effect on business performance and are often overlooked in the workplace. In fact, did you know that only last year research published by Public Health England announced reproductive health as a national health priority? The report highlighted that reproductive symptoms often affect women’s ability to carry out their daily activities, but symptoms are often concealed, particularly in the workplace.

Join Business Psychologists and women’s health experts Eleanor Thorne and Clare Knox for a FREE webinar to find out more about this important issue and get ahead of the competition. Limited places available.

Eleanor Thorne MSc, MBPSs, MABP

Eleanor is a Business Psychologist and certified coach, with Master’s Degrees in both Occupational Psychology from Goldsmiths University and Health Psychology from King's College London. Eleanor's background in both HR and academia gives her the ability to approach organisational challenges from both an evidence-based and practical business perspective.

Passionate about wellbeing in the workplace, Eleanor is an expert in women's health at work. She has conducted and published leading research on menopause, Premenstrual Syndrome (PMS) and Premenstrual Dysphoric Disorder (PMDD) in the workplace.

Eleanor is the founder of Example Coaching and Consulting, who provide Wellbeing Coaching, Performance Coaching, workplace training and research on women’s health at work.

Clare-Louise Knox MSc, PGCE, BA

Clare is a Business Psychologist and women’s health specialist, with an MSc in Occupational and Business Psychology from Kingston University. She recently presented her award nominated research on Premenstrual Syndrome in the workplace at the CIPD Applied Research Conference 2018.

Clare is the founder of See Her Thrive, a business consultancy helping organisations introduce the right education, awareness, policies and practices to support women’s health in the workplace. She has worked with public and private sector organisations in London and the South East to provide Manager and HR training on women's health.

Recently, Clare has written for Period! Magazine (Netherlands and UK), presented at DisruptHR London and was a guest on the Heavy Flow podcast (US). She is currently conducting a three year research project on perinatal health and wellbeing in partnership with the Ministry of Defence and NHS.

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