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ACAS publishes “Menopause at work” guidance as World Menopause Day celebrates its tenth anniversary

The newly published ACAS guidance comes as a timely reminder of the impact the menopause can have on women's everyday lives and suggests a number of measures that employers can adopt to support staff.
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ACAS publishes “Menopause at work” guidance as World Menopause Day celebrates its tenth anniversary

New report highlights the impact of menopause on working women

A new report, commissioned by Health & Her, has highlighted the impact of menopause on women aged between 50 and 64. Almost a third of working women in this age bracket reported having to take time out of their working week as a result of menopause symptoms and many admitted that they have left, or considered leaving, their career because dealing with the symptoms in the workplace is too difficult.
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New report highlights the impact of menopause on working women

High Court finds that directors can be liable for breach of employment contract

In the recent case of Antuzis & Ors v. DJ Houghton Catching Services Ltd & Ors, the High Court concluded that Mr Houghton (director) and Ms Judge (company secretary) were personally liable for the company's breaches of contract.
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High Court finds that directors can be liable for breach of employment contract