Women’s health matters can often be overlooked in the workplace. This International Women’s Day, our Littler international lawyers will be joined in a panel discussion with Janet Lindsay, CEO of Wellbeing of Women (the leading women’s health charity that recently launched the Menopause Workplace Pledge) to discuss why it makes sense for employers to improve their understanding of, and support, women’s health in the workplace.
Janet Lindsay, Chief Executive of Wellbeing of Women.
Wellbeing of Women is best known for investing in early-stage research across a woman’s life course. The charity recently underwent a strategic review and the charity is now embarking on an exciting series of campaigns, education and awareness raising to tackle taboos and improve outcomes in women’s health.
Janet started her career working for a global advertising agency before running her own communications agency. Prior to joining Wellbeing of Women, Janet worked for Great Ormond Street Hospital Children’s Charity and Starlight Children’s Foundation in fundraising and communications.
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