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19 Jan 2022
by Dawn Lewis

Laura Hocking of Adobe on menopause support and inclusivity

Laura Hocking, EMEA physical wellbeing programme manager at Adobe, speaks with REBA’s director Debi O’Donovan, about its journey to better support those experiencing menopause and why it is so important to the organisation.

“Inclusivity is at the heart of why Adobe is supporting menopause in the workplace,” explains Hocking. The organisation is on a mission to create an inclusive culture where everyone is respected and receives equal treatment, regardless of who they are.

Alongside this there are also several other reasons why it is supporting menopause in the workplace.

“It acts as an important mechanism to support performance, creating psychological safety, and mental and physical health, which is core to supporting this [menopause support] as a wellbeing offering,” she says.

Hocking attended REBA’s exclusive Workplace gender health: from fertility to menopause breakfast in association with AXA Health. The event welcomed reward, benefits, wellbeing and diversity, equity & inclusion specialists to discuss workplace gender health, with a particular focus on menopause and fertility.

Read the full round-up from the breakfast event on Menopause and fertility: no longer standalone topics.

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