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Corporate Training

Normalising menopause at work to increase attraction and retention of female talent, support gender equality and improve attendance and productivity.



14 million workdays are lost to the UK economy due to women taking time off to manage menopausal symptoms.

Women over 50 are the fastest growing group of employees; with significant skills, knowledge and experience, they are a valuable business asset.

Between the ages of 40 and 55, 80% of women experience up to 34 physical and psychological symptoms of menopause; one in four suffers so severely, she needs significant support to maintain normal performance at work.

Many employers notice flagging productivity, higher absence levels and low morale or motivation.

Opportunity (UK)


13.5 million menopausal women

75 - 80% are in employment

1. 25 million employers



Women of a Certain Stage provides menopause training and support packages to help women, their line managers and the business to navigate the transition successfully and empathically.


Working with Women of Certain Stage

Regular media exposure enables Women of A Certain Stage, and their clients and collaborators to raise menopause awareness, highlighting how improving the provision of care for women will drive material business benefits and transform staff experience.


  • Expert-led workplace education, training and policy and guidance support

  • Executive health coaching and mentoring to support women to retain their personal power and influence through menopause

Women of A Certain Stage teaches clients to implement effective and simple solutions to increase attraction, retention and attendance and improve employee engagement and satisfaction.

All Corporate Training in the UK is designed by menopause at work expert, Lauren Chiren and on request or by her associates in the USA. To discuss approaches to education and support for your teams, please contact Lauren for an initial chat.

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“I found Lauren's knowledge insightful and she was able to make the topic 'real' for us all.” 



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