Fertifa forms 'first ever' workplace fertility community

‘Break down the taboo’

Adam Saville
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Fertifa forms 'first ever' workplace fertility community

Founded to build ‘supportive, open and integrated support systems’ for employees with fertility needs

A not-for-profit initiative focused on fertility and family wellbeing in the workplace has been launched by Fertifa. Created to ‘break down the taboo' surrounding fertility issues and to encourage employee action around reproductive health, the Workplace Fertility Community is steered by a group that includes Gwenda Burns, CEO at Fertility Network, Helen Burgess, partner at Shoosmiths, Bruce Eaton, director at Heath Pulse Services, Helen Beedham, writer, speaker and fertility ambassador and Hortense...

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