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Recognising menstrual health and menopause as a workplace issue is crucial


In today's world, where people spend a significant portion of their lives in the workplace, their menstrual wellbeing can have a profound effect on both employees and organisations.

If these issues are not prioritised it can lead to decreased productivity, increased sick leave, high staff turnover, low morale, and even the risk of menstrual health related employment tribunals.

Doing nothing will cost your business

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Menopausal women are the fastest growing demographic in the workforce

90% say menopause symptoms have a negative impact on work performance

Cost of recruiting and retraining for just one team member is estimated at £30,000


Endometriosis affects 10% (190 million) of those at reproductive age globally


69% of people experienced a negative impact at work due to menstruation symptoms

87% want their employer to be more supportive with menopause or menstrual symptoms

The benefits of supporting workplace wellbeing


Support a culture of inclusivity, diversity and equality

Reduce costs of recruitment and retraining new staff

Stay compliant with current legislation

Boost productivity, morale and progression

Reduced absenteeism and sick leave

Enhanced holistic wellbeing of employees


Become a menstrual and menopause friendly workplace


Increase female employee retention

Increases staff attraction and workplace reputation

Build a safe space to have sensitive conversations

Supports better team communication

Reduce the risk of employee related tribunals

Let's start working together

I'm here to support you and happy to answer any questions you may have.

Please contact me to find out more on how we can start working together and making positive changes to your employees' wellbeing and meet your business needs.​​

07967 580926

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Workplace wellbeing

Menstrual & Menopausal Health
In The Workplace

Workplace culture plays a pivotal role in shaping an employee's physical, mental and emotional health. Happy and healthy employees are vital to the success of any organisation. 

Vicki Hodges Menopause Coach founder of Pausefully

I'm Vicki Hodges, menstrual health and menopause coach.

I am dedicated to raising awareness about chronic menstrual health conditions and menopause, while breaking stigmas and fostering inclusivity.


My commitment goes beyond gender boundaries, aiming to educate everyone with informative, factual discussions, creating a safe space where openness, empathy, and vulnerability thrive.

Pausefully offer awareness training, wellbeing workshops and coaching sessions that will help you build a compassionate work environment, have sensitive conversations and educate all colleagues with a comprehensive knowledge of menstrual health and menopause.

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