How is your organization retaining women at the work?

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Women are leaving their jobs at faster rates than men (Bain&Company).

Globally, women are underrepresented in senior management and in boardrooms.

Unfortunately, at various stages, women have to leave the workforce or are not performing their best due to simply not receiving the right support system and one of those reasons is menopause.

The average age of menopause for a woman is 50 (Indian woman- 46.2 years) and is often the age at which women are at the helm of their careers. 

  • 1 in 4 women actually experience severe menopause symptoms.

  • The changes during menopause are triggers of health conditions like osteoporosis, cardiovascular disease, and cognitive impairment, which considerably impact a woman's life.

  • These topics are taboo to discuss especially in the workplace.

  • That can lead to embarrassing episodes in front of colleagues, reduced ability to concentrate and even erratic behavior. Some women will have no issues or mild ones. For others, the effects can be debilitating

Globally, menopause-related productivity losses at the workplace can amount to more than $150 billion a year.

How can Miyara help you?

If your organization is interested in sensitizing your colleagues about a topic that impacts gender equality across the board, then reach out to us, we can help.

Let's discuss it and come up with a plan for your organization.

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