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Should You Talk About Women's Health in the Workplace?

Should You Talk About Women's Health in the Workplace?

Should You Talk About Women's Health in the Workplace?

Talking about reproductive health conditions in women is often a taboo topic in the workplace. Frequently, the narrative is dismissed as a “women’s issue” and quickly hidden away. But, it’s time to stop ignoring the problem and recognise these issues as serious workplace health concerns.

See Her Thrive was launched in May 2018 to raise awareness of the relationship between women’s health and the workplace. Created by business psychologist, Clare Knox, the company aims to break the taboo of reproductive health in the workplace, especially around endometriosis and menstrual conditions.

Clare is a member of the British Psychological Society, the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development, and the Association for Business Psychology. She has also recently launched a podcast series through See Her Thrive where she discusses a variety of women’s reproductive health conditions, ranging from menopause to period poverty.

In this week’s episode, Clare is joined by Kegel8 Founder and Managing Director, Stephanie Taylor, as they discuss the importance of the pelvic floor, top tips and tricks to improve pelvic floor health, and the array of benefits of Kegel8’s pelvic toners.

Kegel8 provide the UK’s leading clinically proven pelvic floor exercisers to help improve and strengthen your pelvic floor muscles. With over 10 years in expertise, Kegel8 is a solution to pelvic floor disorders such as incontinence and pelvic organ prolapse.

Listen to episode 6 on See Her Thrive, or download on the iTunes store.

For more information about removing the stigma around women’s health in the workplace, visit See Her Thrive.

26 September 2018