By GSR2R Admin | 27th October 2022
This month is menopause awareness month, which is an excellent subject to bring to people’s attention.
It can be an extremely tough time for people without little explanation or help to make it better.
Working in the recruitment industry you have the added pressure to always work to the best of your ability with a daily full dairy.
When the menopause started for me, I found work extremely difficult. What really helped me was:
Bringing awareness to what every woman goes through is brilliant. What I would like to know is what your companies are doing to support you?
I know my clients are discussing this now, however there is no clear path of how they can be supportive. What would help you?
When you’re at the top of your game in your career, acing every project and presentation that comes your way, perimenopause can throw a real spanner in the works.
From adjusted hours to a change in uniform, there’s a lot you can do. It’s important for you to know that perimenopause has affected many people’s work. You are not alone.
“A huge number of people leave their job because of their perimenopause symptoms,” says hormone specialist Dr. Sohere Roked. “I’ve seen many patients where this has happened.”
Gone are the sparkling ideas and inspired initiatives, and in their place are brain fog, hot flushes and irritability.
If this is you, read more on how to navigate perimenopause in the workplace, from the HR experts.