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TUC: Creating menopause friendly workspaces

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During Women's History Month, the TUC will be talking with Sally Leech, Training Director at Henpicked.

This session will provide training and guidance on how union reps can talk to their employer about the importance of creating menopause friendly policies that generate an inclusive working environment, to support colleagues managing menopausal symptoms.

See what Accord has done for Women’s History Month in the past.

 This event was hosted by the TUC using the Crowdcast platform. Accord is not responsible for this material.

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