Queen’s Launches Staff Support for Menopause and Fertility Treatment

Posted in : Supplementary Articles NI on 23 August 2022
Conor Curran
Queen's University Belfast
Issues covered: Fertility Treatment Leave Policy; Menopause Policy; Leave; Training and Awareness

Queen’s University has launched two new policies designed to offer support to staff experiencing the menopause and those undergoing fertility treatment, whilst raising awareness of the issues with line managers and other staff members.

The Fertility Treatment Leave Policy acknowledges the demands on individuals and their partners, offering up to five days leave for fertility related treatment. The newly launched Menopause Policy provides a range of training and awareness raising to support those experiencing menopausal symptoms. The guidance is intended to provide clarity and direction to help managers understand the menopause and related issues within the workplace, how they can affect

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Conor Curran
Queen's University Belfast

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