2021 will see the launch of our brand new programme, helping employers play a more active role in the conversation around menstruation, and improving the support they offer to employees who menstruate — in short, helping them become Bloody Good Employers.
Periods & Menstrual Wellbeing in the Workplace: The Case for Change
In 2021, we're setting our sights on change in UK workplaces. We believe that we can drive big change here, and improve the lives of people at work across the UK.
Over the last year, we’ve conducted research with both employers and employees, and have now published a report to share our findings. They underline the need for change, and open up conversations about what we do next to develop our Bloody Good Employers programme.
The Bloody Good Employers scheme aims to help employers:
recognise and evaluate their current support structures for people who menstruate
improve those support structures, raising awareness through training and shared understanding
show an active commitment to menstrual equity in the UK
actively raise awareness of this everyday issue for employers and employees alike
Why become a Bloody Good Employer?
An empowering stand for employers to take on behalf of the people they employ
Demonstrates a commitment to positive change
Provides positive PR through association with Bloody Good Period and the global fight for menstrual equity
A point of differentiation in conversations with prospective clients and partners
Improves employee retention
Builds a reputation for a cultural commitment to equality at work
Unlocks access to a dynamic set of HR approaches, which can be mapped elsewhere in your operation
Inspires a culture of self-reflection and empathy, which improves everyone’s time at work.
Want to know more?
We want to partner with employers who can see the benefits in leading the way in the fight for Menstrual Equity.
If you’re an employer who wants to get in on the bloody action ASAP, get in touch!