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Support Your Staff Through Menopause

Menopause is not just an issue for women. It’s an issue for organisations, leaders, team managers, co-workers, and all who are contributing to the culture of the workplace. 

What our clients say...


"The training provided a deep insight and the facilitator created a safe environment for open and honest discussion from the outset.

Haley is wonderful."

Lesley Vance


Gateshead Council


I’m Haley, founder of Menospace. We work with organisations to normalise menopause conversations and improve support for women in the workplace. 


With over 15 years’ experience of delivering workplace training and a masters degree in Organisational Psychology, I understand the importance of wellbeing at work and the influence this has on a business. Getting this right improves retention, increases productivity and reduces absenteeism.

In 2021, after experiencing debilitating symptoms,  I discovered I was perimenopausal and like a lot of women, I didn't really know what this meant. This led me on a path of exploration to find out how this transition would affect my life, and why, when every woman experiences it, hardly any us talk about it. 


After discovering there are over 6. 5 million menopausal women in the UK workforce, and 1 in 10 of these women are leaving work due to a lack of support, I realised that something needs to be done. This is the reason I created Menospace.


The training we deliver is practical, motivational and inspiring. Small changes can have a huge impact and this transition that every woman goes through, does not have to awful. With the right support, education and know how, it can be transformational. As it has been for me!

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6.5 million menopausal women in the UK workforce.*
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1 in 10 women leave the workplace due to a lack of support.*
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Tribunals citing menopause have tripled.*

*CIPD and BUPA Survey 2019

Organisations we have worked with:

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