Event details

Focusing on menstrual health and menopause in the workplace. The session will cover insights on your female workforce and practical tips on how to create a more inclusive environment for all employees.


Swindon and Wiltshire Growth Hub, in partnership with Wiltshire Council and Swindon Borough Council, is proud to present a series of comprehensive sessions aimed at enhancing workplace wellbeing for organisations and individuals.


These informative sessions are completely free to access for any individual or business Trading across Swindon or Wiltshire and offer an invaluable opportunity to engage with experts in the field. Tailored for line managers, HR consultants, and individuals in SMEs seeking to elevate their understanding of wellbeing, these interactive webinars promise actionable insights.


Our speakers for this event include Meg Gibson, Chief Commercial Officer from Grace and Green, an ethical feminine hygiene company that works to support improvements in recognising period dignity and its impacts and how businesses can implement positive change. Focusing on menstrual health and menopause in the workplace. 


we also have Helen Nicol, Public Health Practitioner – Wider Determinants, speaking on working with menopause Helen will explore hints and tips and the simple adjustments employers and employees can make to support people transitioning through menopause.


Why prioritise workplace wellbeing, you might wonder? Firstly, it’s great for your people to be healthy in their work and home lives. It’s also the linchpin for operational efficiency, productivity, enhanced people retention, and reduced absenteeism.


The sessions vary in content and focus, ensuring each one provides fresh perspectives and practical takeaways to improve you and your people’s health outcomes. Don’t miss the chance to propel your workplace and personal wellness initiatives forward—secure your spot today!

This webinar is fully funded and free to access for residents and workers across Swindon and Wiltshire.

Online event
Tickets: FREE