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BETTER WORKPLACES
FOR EVERYBODY.

The world of work has been built so that people who menstruate are at a disadvantage.

Our research has shown that…

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have experienced anxiety
or stress in the workplace
due to their period.

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believe that taking time off because of menstrual health issues has impacted their career progression.

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never have access
to toilets or breaks 
while at work.

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We're here to help you change that.

 
Certification is a simple, four-step programme. At every step, we'll provide you with the information, tools and resources you need to progress successfully and become a Bloody Good Employer.
We offer support and education for employers who are committed to promoting equality, diversity and the rights of all workers to be treated fairly.

PHASE 1
Onboarding

Phase 1 is all about setting the groundwork – laying the foundations for what’s to come. You’ll also receive your Bloody Good Employer ‘pending’ logo, for you to share across your company, on your website, and on social.
 

How long will it take?
Approx. 4.5 hours in total

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PHASE 2
Evaluation

Next it’s time to take a considered, honest look at how you currently provide support for your people. We’ll supply you with a self-evaluation tool plus a survey for every member of staff to complete. Then we’ll review the results and provide feedback on your strengths and any weaknesses in a dedicated consultation.
 

How long will it take?
Approx. 8 hours + 30 mins per user for Staff Survey

From period myth-busting to learning to communicate inclusively, you’ll cover all in three separate workshops. We’ll give you the resources to share the workshop findings with everyone and your people can commit to the Employee Pledge.

How long will it take?
Approx. 15 hours across 3 workshops from planning to reporting + individual employee time on the Employee Pledge

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PHASE 3
Education

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PHASE 4
Review & Certification

You’ve done it! You’re officially a Bloody Good Employer.

This step is all about re-evaluating where you are now versus where you were when you started as well as baking actionable, positive, changes into your company culture. And you’ll be able to share the good news with your people and the outside world.

 

How long will it take?
Approx. 9 hours + 30 minutes per user for Staff Survey

Period Product Provision for staff: Best Practice

Good Employers support their staff through provision of period products… …but BLOODY Good Employers understand that this is just one step on the journey to creating a period friendly workplace. This guide will assist you with how to go about period product provision… the Bloody Good Employers way.

Got questions?

Check out our FAQ section, or get in touch.

“I don’t take sick leave for menstrual issues, I use annual leave when I need to, probably 5-8 days a year.”

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40-49

HEALTHCARE WORKER

“I think just being able to talk freely about periods would take the pressure off not only my menstrual health but my mental health too”

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20-29

WHITE, CIS FEMALE

“When I am on my period and not feeling great… it would be good to know that my employer was on my side.”

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40-49

EDUCATION EMPLOYEE

 

Want to hear more?

Drop us an email and we’ll get right back to you with all you need to know about becoming a Bloody Good Employer.

Why is this important?

We’ve conducted research with over 3000 respondents — both employers and employees — to understand how periods affect people in work. Our findings, available in this report, underline the need for change, but also demonstrate the positive opportunities from menstrual equity.