Labour will make firms offer more menopause friendly measures

Larger companies will be obliged to introduce policies for women experiencing the menopause, such as potential flexible working hours and better awareness for managers, under a Labour policy to be announced at the party’s annual conference.

The plan, to be outlined by Dawn Butler, the shadow women and equalities secretary, in a speech to the conference in Brighton, will apply to all firms with more than 250 staff, and is intended to help tackle stigma attached to the menopause.

Requirements would include ensuring flexible working, for example allowing different working hours if women’s sleep…
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