Staff must be helped to feel comfortable
Delegates passed several motions on women’s health at work and heard a speech from Abena Oppong-Asare MP, Labour shadow minister for women’s health
The new standard recognises that menopausal symptoms ‘can coincide with significant mid-life challenges and responsibilities’
UNISON is marking World Menopause Day by stressing that just a few changes in the working environment can make the world of difference to working women
The new policy, which was created in conjunction with UNISON and announced on International Women’s day, will apply to all workers at City Hall
World Menopause Day is a reminder that the menopause is a workplace issue, says Christina McAnea
Assistant general secretary sets out the scale of the challenge, but tells women’s conference that UNISON is in shape to meet it
The UK’s biggest women’s conference convenes in Bournemouth with a packed agenda
From migraines to panic attacks, the menopause can have a significant effect on staff.
As the union of over a million women, and with nearly 8 out of 10 menopausal women in work, UNISON is raising awareness and understanding of the menopause. Because it’s a work issue
The menopause is a workplace issue which means that it is a UNISON issue. Ahead of World Menopause Day on Friday 18th October, UNISON’s equalities team have launched their campaign on the menopause.