How to manage: Is menopause the next frontier in employment law?

There is no current legislation which expressly refers to the menopause, but employers are advised to consider how they treat workers affected by symptoms

30th May, 2021
How to manage: Is menopause the next frontier in employment law?
‘Employers have a duty of care to their employees and this arguably extends to assessing the specific requirements of employees affected by menopausal symptoms to ensure their symptoms are not exacerbated by working conditions or practices’

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