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It’s time to break taboos around the menopause, says Maria Hall of Mewburn Ellis, which has unveiled a new policy to support women going through this life-changing event.
The menopause has long been a taboo subject—an issue that until recently was rarely openly discussed.
Thankfully, that shroud of silence is now being lifted and the potential impact it can have on people’s personal and professional lives is being addressed.
A loss of talent
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Mewburn Ellis, menopause, policy, D&I, gender equality, European IP