Government rejection of menopause leave trial could ‘drive women out of work’ ‘I was pushed to do things without my managers’ understanding I was struggling,’ woman says
‘My female boss understands, others don’t’: UK readers on block to menopause law changes
Proposals to change legislation in part rejected due to government fears it would discriminate against men
Could menopause leave have helped young women with the condition?
The decision to reject plans for special menopause leave doesn't just affect older women.
'I lost 10 years of my life to the menopause - this is why women need support'
Claire Hattrick's menopausal joint pain was left undiagnosed for 10 years - she struggled to work with her symptoms and knows of many other women who have quit their jobs due to lack of support in the workplace
Menopausal at work? The government doesn’t want you – or anyone else – to get the proper support | Zoe Williams
A parliamentary committee made some pretty benign recommendations, only for ministers to nope it all. Their approach is like a devilish trolling operation, writes Zoe Williams
Mariella Frostrup: Menopausal women should be protected by law
It’s patently obvious that women need more support, employers would like to retain their staff, and reform is urgently needed, writes Mariella Frostrup
Menopause law rejected because it could be unfair on men
The former model Penny Lancaster has said she feels “deflated” after ministers rejected new legal protections for women with the menopause.Campaigners includin
Penny Lancaster ‘deflated’ after Government rejects menopause leave trial
The Government said that the proposal for a pilot scheme was not seen as ‘necessary’.