Your fastest-growing demographic: Women over 40
Over 1 in 5 women in the U.S. is menopausal, comprising the fastest-growing workforce demographic.
Women age 40+ in the workforce
in lost productivity per year due to menopause symptoms
Working years on average spent in the menopause life stage
that have experienced menopause want information, advice, or access to a support network at work
Menopause affects your bottom line
It’s not just hot flashes
It’s a family matter
The U.S. is lagging behind
Employers are feeling the impact. More than 80% of women surveyed say that menopause symptoms have negatively impacted their work. Women with hot flashes lost 57% more work productivity days than women without them, and untreated hot flashes cost $1,346/year for healthcare resource utilization (incremental direct cost) and $770/year of incremental indirect costs driven by absenteeism. Sleep disturbance, vaginal dryness, anxiety, depression, and other prevalent symptoms only add to these costs (Sarrel et al., 2015).
Loss of estrogen in menopause is directly linked to an increased risk of chronic conditions including osteoporosis, cardiovascular disease, diabetes, and arthritis. Managing menopause symptoms is a key step toward healthy aging, reducing chronic disease risk and cost, and continued performance.
It’s not just female employees who are affected. Partners and close family experience the impact of menopause symptoms, creating a ripple effect that impacts work, family, and interpersonal relationships.
Other developed countries are leading the way. U.K. employers already recognize this problem and are offering basic solutions, including education, support groups, and resource hubs. A great start for sure, but to truly support menopausal women more advanced solutions are needed.
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Midday sees the bright future of women’s health
Midday was developed in collaboration with Mayo Clinic and leverages advanced algorithms and sensor technology to provide comprehensive menopause and healthy aging support. Personalized insights and recommendations, evidence-based strategies, including virtual care provided by Mayo Clinic menopause experts, and science-backed education are tailored to each woman’s stage, symptoms, and other factors. The result is empowered women who can manage their health with precision and success — and thrive in the workplace.
Benefits of Midday
With our end-to-end solution, you can provide the specialized
menopause support employees need and promote healthy aging.
Nurture and support your team
Fill the menopause support gap and promote healthy aging with a simple yet powerful digital solution
Boost workplace satisfaction
Enhance your offering to attract top-tier talent away from your competition and retain your best employees
Empower everyone on your team for maximum career development and success
Help employees manage taxing and tedious symptoms that directly impede performance at work
Lower health risks
Managing menopause symptoms has the added benefit of preventative care for a host of major conditions
Support mental well-being
Reduce stress, anxiety, and depression for a better quality of life for your employees and their family
Diversity, equity, and inclusion matter.
Make your work environment more inclusive and supportive in the broader context of gender/ age equality and post-reproductive health.
With Midday, employers can foster a welcoming work culture by supporting and retaining women during their menopause life stage, helping to attract, develop and secure a workforce with valuable skills and talent.
Eradicating the Stigma From Menopause in the Workplace
This whitepaper discusses how employers can offer better support to a high-value, underserved workforce segment.
Learn more about how Midday can support your team and business goals.