Should hotels provide free period care products? Meet Hannah Frances Boulton, who’s campaigning to get hotels to start providing tampons and pads to guests. Firstly, could you please tell us a little bit about yourself? “I’m a travel writer, hotel reviewer and consultant with a background in hospitality marketing. Alongside my freelance work, I run a creative consultancy business called Hotel Palette which advises hoteliers on guest experience, brand purpose and marketing
The intensity of period pain varies from person to person. For some, it is extremely severe and impacts daily life. This is the case for marketing professional Ella. Her difficult periods can make working full time extremely difficult. In this blog, Ella tells us all about her problematic periods, how she manages them at work, the impact her periods have on her work performance and why she feels it’s important for workplaces to
We spoke to a midwife all about how she manages her period in a demanding and busy job. Working on a hospital ward involves long shifts, a lot of rushing around and can sometimes involve constant 1-2-1 care. Managing this alongside your period can prove tricky. We spoke to a midwife and one of our customers all about how she finds managing her period on shift, the challenges she faces and her opinion
We caught up with Musical Theatre performer Áine Curran (Mamma Mia UK & International Tour) to talk about the industry, the show and how she manages her periods at work when she is performing on stage. “I graduated at the age of 19 after 3 years of professional training. I have since been fortunate enough to work within Germany and the UK in the musical theatre industry and commercial industry. I’ve worked on
We spoke to Business Psychologist and Founder of See Her Thrive, Clare Knox to discuss reproductive health in the workplace. Here, Clare tells us why employers should be supportive of menstrual health and conditions, plus shares useful tips! First things first, why should employers be trying to support reproductive health in the workplace? “According to Public Health England (2018), a third of women in England are suffering from severe reproductive health issues.