What is the menopause guidance and what factors should employers consider when developing a menopause policy?Posted in : Seamus Says - Employment Law Discussion on 2 July 2021
So I think if we start off with the menopause guidance, for those of you who haven't seen it, it's an absolutely fabulous document. We will be sending you a link to it. But do give it a read. It's produced by the Labour Relations Agency, the Equality Commission NI, and the Irish Congress of Trade Unions. It really is a really useful document. It's short and to the point. It's about 10 pages, but it covers everything. I think it's fantastic, a really good read. We're lucky enough to have Helen here today who worked on the guidance. So very welcome, Helen.
Helen: Thank you.
Christine: Helen, can I ask why has the guidance come about?
Helen: Well, Christine, with women making up nearly half of
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