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BWC: The menopause

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This webinar from the Bank Workers Charity looks at both the perimenopause (the transition into menopause) and the menopause, examines the silence around the subject, and provides guidance on where to get specialised support. It also looks at the huge impact of menopause in the workplace, and at how some employers are becoming menopause friendly.

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 This event is hosted by the Bank Workers Charity through the Zoom platform. Accord is not responsible for the material.

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