Women strongly in favour of employer menstrual leave policies

Yoppie research

John Brazier
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Women strongly in favour of employer menstrual leave policies

New survey finds women hugely in favour of PMS leave becoming a legal workplace requirement as general sick leave policies insufficient

A survey of around 1,500 female employees in the UK, conducted o behalf of menstrual care provider Yoppie, found overwhelming support for the legalisation of PMS leave policies. The research found that 96% of UK women say their employers do not offer any sort of menstrual leave within the workplace, even for the most severe of PMS symptoms. When asked if they would support or oppose such a policy becoming a legal workplace requirement, 84% stated they were in favour (45% strongly suppor...

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