In 2022 the government published their first ever Women’s Health Strategy for England to tackle the gender health gap by driving better health outcomes for women and those who identify as female, through a specialist, personalised approach. 

Now more than ever, there is a focus on the employers’ role in closing the gender health gap, in line with the government’s objectives. 

But how does women’s health differ from men’s? And what are the commercial and cultural risks for businesses who don’t prioritise women’s health support in the workplace? 

Join us for this webinar and panel discussion on International Women’s Day, Wednesday 8th March. We’ll be discussing this year’s theme of gender equity, and why it needs to be embedded within all health and wellbeing benefits strategies if businesses are to achieve true gender equality. 

During this session we will explore:

  • The different health journeys women face, and how these can impact on your business from both a commercial and DEI perspective 
  • The far-reaching benefits of supporting women’s health in the workplace 
  • Best practice and actionable steps employers can take to implement gender-specific support
  • How offering equitable support could be the answer to closing the gender health gap 

In association with:


Sarah Redwood
Partnerships Director, Peppy

Francesca Steyn
Director of Women’s Health and Fertility, Peppy

Laura Black
Head of Health Safety & Wellbeing, Vets Now

Neil Atkinson
Proposition and Innovation Leader, Mercer Marsh Benefits

Suzy Isles
Director, International Benefits, Thomson Reuters


10:00 AM - 11:00 AM GMT

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